I’m doing retinotopic mapping by using @RetinoProc with oblique epi images (axial to calcarine sulcus).
To match the oblique epi and sagittal image of T1, the oblique epi images were transformed deobliquely by using ‘3dWarp -deoblique’ before running @RetinoProc, while T1 had no transformation.
But when running @RetinoProc, warning message that is
“If you are performing spatial transformations on an oblique dset,
such as ./__tt_AVol+orig.BRIK, or viewing/combining it with volumes of differing obliquity, you should consider running:
on this and other oblique datasets in the same session.
++ Oblique dataset:./__tt_AVol+orig.BRIK is 7.650270 degrees from plumb.”
Do I need to make T1 deoblique too? Or could you please look at my deoblique commands?
If there is something to forego before @RetinoProc, please let me know all of things.