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== Experiment Design ==
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=== Creating Code ===
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When creating a stimulus array for a rapid event-related fMRI experiment, you'll need to pseudo-randomize the stimulus order in a way that is compatible for deconvolution analysis. The best way to do this is a program called optseq2.
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== Data Analysis ==
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=== Getting raw data from the scanner ===
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After a scan you will need to get the data from the scanner to our server.
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=== AFNI ===
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[http://afni.nimh.nih.gov/afni/ AFNI] is a software package for processing, analyzing, and displaying fMRI data. It is freely available from the NIH.

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Wallace Lab


Experiment Design

Creating Code

When creating a stimulus array for a rapid event-related fMRI experiment, you'll need to pseudo-randomize the stimulus order in a way that is compatible for deconvolution analysis. The best way to do this is a program called optseq2.

Data Analysis

Getting raw data from the scanner

After a scan you will need to get the data from the scanner to our server.

AFNI

AFNI is a software package for processing, analyzing, and displaying fMRI data. It is freely available from the NIH.