Here we provide links to the FMRI programs we use most frequently and more importantly, provide programs, scripts, stimuli, and instructions for FMRI analyses, 3D modeling, and behavioral testing that we have built or adapted in-house. This page is in the very initial stages of development. Hence, the organization and flow is a bit rough and the amount of material limited. We expect the breadth of material and organization to take shape over the next few weeks and months. If you should find any of our resources useful, please cite the relevant work in your publications or presentation, or include an acknowledgement and link back to this site. Thank you and enjoy.
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Most of our FMRI pre- and post-processing analyses depend on these major packages.
AFNI: A wonderful all-encompassing set of FMRI design, analysis, and presentation tools. Available for multiple platforms for free from the National Institute of Mental Health.
FSL: Comprehensive software package for FMRI design, analysis, and presentation with particular strength in analysis. Includes one of the best software packages available for Independent Component Analysis (ICA) of FMRI data. Available for multiple platforms for free from the University of Oxford FMRIB Analysis Group.