[Mne_analysis] Dipole position in MRI-coordinate-frame
alexandre.gramfort at inria.fr
Sun Sep 29 06:23:41 EDT 2019
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you can look at the code to see how transforms are applied:
On Fri, Sep 27, 2019 at 3:31 PM Mar Tin <beetlejuice920 at gmail.com> wrote:
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> thanks for your immediate response.
> I saw, that the function head_to_mri transforms to MRI RAS and not Surface
> RAS. But I'd like to plot the dipole-position together with a
> pysurfer-surface plot and would also like to compare dipole with label
> Is there a way, to transform to Surface RAS too?
> Kind regards
> Alexandre Gramfort <alexandre.gramfort at inria.fr> schrieb am Fr., 27. Sep.
> 2019, 13:16:
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>> have a look at:
>> especially the mne.head_to_mri
>> On Fri, Sep 27, 2019 at 1:10 PM Mar Tin <beetlejuice920 at gmail.com> wrote:
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>>> Dear MNE-Community,
>>> I am trying to transform the position of a dipole (by ecd-fit or
>>> mixed-norm-estimate) to the subjects mri-coordinate system, to compare it
>>> to source-space-activations and label and visualize it in the 3D-Brain. As
>>> I understand, the dipole lies in the head-coordinate frame and the position
>>> has to be transformed.
>>> I tried the "_get_dipole_loc"-function in _3d.py but it didn't seem to
>>> work out.
>>> How would I get the transformation right? Or is there even a function
>>> for this I overlooked?
>>> Thanks a lot in advance
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