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Useful links

Imaging software

The links describe software packages we currently use at the CSLB, or have used in the past.

fMRI analysis

MEG analysis

  • SPM5/8 for sensor statistics, time-frequency analysis, source reconstruction and dynamic causal modelling (DCM)
  • Fieldtrip from FC Donders - sensor statistics, time-frequency analysis, source reconstruction and coherence
  • Minimum-norm estimation (MNE) from
  • Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging, Harvard University - source modelling of M/EEG data
  • Brain-System for Multivariate AutoRegressive Timeseries (BSMART)from Liang, Bressler and Ding - connectivity toolbox implementing Multivariate AutoRegressive modelling before deriving measures of power, coherence and Granger causality for brain networks
  • CBU MEG wiki - useful information about all things MEG from the MRC CBU

Image display

  • Freesurfer - Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging, Harvard University
  • MRIcro by Chris Rorden - section views, surface rendering, activation overlays and more for Analyze images
  • MRIcron by Chris Rorden - MRIcro for NiFTI images
  • ImageJ - Java-based image processing program from the NIH
  • etdips - image processing program for Windows PCs from the NIH
  • NIH Image - image processing program for Macs from the NIH

Other software / useful information