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SPM jsheunis 2018-05-23T21:54:18+00:00
AFNI jsheunis 2018-05-19T09:28:33+00:00
- From the site: “AFNI (Analysis of Functional NeuroImages) is a set of C programs for processing, analyzing, and displaying functional MRI (FMRI) data – a technique for mapping human brain activity. It runs on Unix+X11+Motif systems, including SGI, Solaris, Linux, and Mac OS X. It is available free (in C source code format, and some precompiled binaries) for research purposes.”
- Documentation and installation
Data processing jsheunis 2018-05-19T09:20:28+00:00
- Handbook of fMRI Data Analysis – a GREAT resource for understanding the basics of how to approach the analysis of task-based and resting state fMRI. ByRussell Poldrack, Jeanette Mumford, and Thomas Nichols.
- The Introduction to Neuroimaging section of Michael Notter’s Nipype Beginner’s Guide has some great figures and gifs explaining fMRI preprocessing steps.
- Introduction to SPM, by Karl Friston, explains preprocessing steps.
Theory, online courses, tutorials jsheunis 2018-05-19T12:24:12+00:00
- Coursera course 1 from Martin Lindquist and Tor Wager
- Coursera course 2 from Martin Lindquist and Tor Wager
- NIH fMRI summer course slide decks and videos, all available online and for free!
- OHBM on Demand educational videos, available online and for free!
- Slide deck: 1st level fMRI modeling, by Jeanette Mumford
- Slide deck: Basis of the BOLD signal, by Christoph Korn and Andrea Dantas
- A detailed explanation of the NifTI neuroimage file format
Theory, online courses, tutorials jsheunis 2018-05-19T08:47:40+00:00