output of afni_proc.py in resting-state

I have performed the resting state analysis. this is my script:

afni_proc.py -subj_id CON_EIU24
-blocks despike tshift align tlrc volreg blur mask regress
-copy_anat CON_EIU24_SurfVol.nii
-anat_follower_ROI aaseg anat aparc.a2009s+aseg.nii
-anat_follower_ROI aeseg epi aparc.a2009s+aseg.nii
-anat_follower_ROI FSvent epi aparc.a2009s+aseg_REN_vent.nii.gz
-anat_follower_ROI FSWe epi aparc.a2009s+aseg_REN_wmat.nii.gz
-anat_follower_erode FSvent FSWe
-dsets $currpath/rest+orig.HEAD
-tcat_remove_first_trs 2
-align_opts_aea -cost lpc+ZZ
-tlrc_base MNI_caez_N27+tlrc
-volreg_align_to MIN_OUTLIER
-regress_ROI_PC FSvent 3
-regress_make_corr_vols aeseg FSvent
-regress_anaticor_label FSWe
-regress_censor_motion 0.2
-regress_censor_outliers 0.1
-regress_apply_mot_types demean deriv

I found several results: errts.CON_EIU24.fanaticor+tlrc; errts.CON_EIU24.tproject+tlrc; all_runs.CON_EIU24+tlrc;
So which one I can use to perform functional connectivity?


The errts.CON_EIU24.fanaticor+tlrc file is the “final” with ANATICOR processing. That’s the file that I would focus resting state processing on.


Thanks. I see. the final file “errfanaticor+tlrc” has 1198TRs, however, the terminal said conflict results (see attached file). So why the errfanaticor+tlrc was not censored?

The errts dataset should have the full length of data. Censored
volumes will be all zero, which does not affect correlations.

  • rick