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January 04, 2019 11:56AM
You can use SurfToSurf to map data between the original mesh and the standard mesh. The example is tucked away in the MapIcosahedron documentation here.

Say you want to map another (SOMEDSET) dataset defined on the
orignal mesh onto the std.60 mesh and use the same mapping derived 
by MapIcosahedron. The command for that would be:

SurfToSurf -i_fs std.60.rh.smoothwm.asc \
-i_fs rh.smoothwm.asc \
-prefix std.60. \
-mapfile std.60.rh.niml.M2M \
-dset rh.SOMEDSET.gii.dset

The other option is to run your initial stats (say with on the standardized surfaces and then you can just run the Group analysis programs from there.
Subject Author Posted

Question about surf stats file to std surf

dingzhihu January 04, 2019 01:25AM

Re: Question about surf stats file to std surf

Peter Molfese January 04, 2019 11:56AM