[Mne_analysis] regarding morphing in matlab

Alexandre Gramfort gramfort at nmr.mgh.harvard.edu
Fri Apr 8 22:28:52 EDT 2011
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we've come up with Matti to a pure matlab solution to the morphing step.
It might require some more testing but preliminary results are fine.



Typically you would do something like :

from = 'sample';
to = 'fsaverage';
src = mne_read_source_spaces([getenv('SUBJECTS_DIR'),'/', from,
data{1} = randn(4098, 10);
data{2} = randn(4098, 10);
dmap_sel = mne_morph_data(from,src,to,data,5);

the output dmap_sel is data from 'sample' in the space of fsaverage.

feed back welcome.

Alexandre Gramfort, PhD
gramfort at nmr.mgh.harvard.edu
Dept. of Radiology MGH Martinos Center / Harvard Medical School

On Fri, Mar 18, 2011 at 11:17 AM, Matti Hamalainen
<msh at nmr.mgh.harvard.edu> wrote:
> On Mar 18, 2011, at 10:38 AM, Pavan Ramkumar wrote:
>> Hi Alex,
>>> great. Could this code be BSD licensed? including the vistasoft code?
>> This from the Vistasoft homepage:
>> http://white.stanford.edu/software/
>> "Unless otherwise noted, all our code is released under the GPL. The
>> authors of the code retain all copyrights. By downloading our code from
>> the links below or from our CVS repository, you agree to be bound by the
>> terms of the GPL."
>>> I'll try to do this unless someone volunteers.
>> Thanks!
> Hi,
> The GPL license may constitute a problem...
> - Matti
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