Hi,Maybe that example was too tiny to be useful. The file contains a matrix. Each row of this matrix is a t-contrast.The /NumWaves is the number of columns in this matrix (which corresponds to the number of EVs in the design matrix), and /NumPoints is the number of rows (which corresponds to the number of t-contrasts).If you want a single contrast as [1 -1], that is, comparing the regression coefficients for EV1 with EV2, the contrast file would be:/NumWaves 2/NumPoints 1/Matrix1 -1All the best,AndersonOn 16 October 2015 at 17:28, LEVI SOLOMYAK <[log in to unmask]> wrote:Hi Anderson,Thank you so much for your suggestion. When I try and create the contrast file from that matrix (1, -1), it interprets it as NumWaves 2 and NumPoints 1. Is there some simple way so that it defines the contrast the other way?Thank you so much,CNOn Fri, Sep 25, 2015 at 2:15 AM, Anderson M. Winkler <[log in to unmask]> wrote:Hi Corey,Can't say without seeing what you are doing, but in any case, with a single EV, you can create the design.mat by hand. It's a text file that looks like this:/NumWaves 1/NumPoints 100/Matrixxxxxxxxxxx...Where the "xx" are the numerical values you have for the EV. The design.con follows a similar structure:/NumWaves 1/NumPoints 2/Matrix1-1When running randomise, include the option -D.All the best,AndersonOn 24 September 2015 at 16:38, Corey N <[log in to unmask]> wrote:Dear FSl Experts,
I am hoping to run a one sample t-test using GLM to find correlations between FA values and a behavioral measure. Since all of my subjects are in a single group, my design matrix is simply the behavioral value. Is that correct?
Because I am working with 100 subjects, I used Text2Vest to convert my contrast matrix. I tried to do the same for the design matrix (1) since theres only 1 ev but get a expr: division by zero.
Am I setting up my GLM correctly? And if so, what is my mistake with Text2Vest?
Thank you so much