Online documentation can be found here: http://www.bobspunt.com/software/bspmview/.
Requires that Statistical Parametric Mapping (SPM; Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging; www.fil.ion.ucl.ac.uk/spm/) be in your MATLAB search path. It has only been tested on SPM8/SPM12 operating in MATLAB 2014b. It requires a number of supporting utility functions and data files that should have been included in the distribution of BSPMVIEW. When BSPMVIEW is launched, it will look for these files in a folder called “supportfiles” that should be contained in the same folder as BSPMVIEW. You can use the following DOI to cite use of this software:
ol: filename for statistical image to overlay ul: filename for anatomical image to use as underlay
>> bspmview % open dialogue for selecting overlay >> S = bspmview; % returns struct 'S' containing GUI obj handles >> bspmview('spmT_0001.img') % overlay on default underlay >> bspmview('spmT_0001.img','T1.nii') % overlay on 'T1.nii'
This software heavily relies on functions contained within the SPM software, and is essentially an attempt to translate some of it into a simpler and more user-friendly format. In addition, this software was inspired by and in some cases uses code from two other statistical image viewers: XJVIEW.m by Xu Cui, Jian Li, and Xiaowei Song (http://www.alivelearn.net/xjview8/developers/), and FIVE.m by Aaron P. Schultz (http://mrtools.mgh.harvard.edu/index.php/Main_Page). This also employs some of the functionality of PEAK_NII.m by Donald McLaren (http://www.nmr.mgh.harvard.edu/~mclaren/ftp/Utilities_DGM/). Finally, several contributions to the MATLAB File Exchange (http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/) are called by the code. These are included in the “supporting files” folder that should have been included in the distribution of the main BSPMVIEW function.
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