[caret-users] Problem segmenting macaque brain
jd at shadlen.org
Tue Apr 6 13:14:53 CDT 2010
Somebody recommended to me to do an iterative process of manually
correcting the segmentation volume and surface generation. When doing
this, would you recommend to enable or disable the automatic error
correction? (The segmentation tutorial suggests disabling the automatic
error correction when generating the final surface after manual
correction of the segmentation volume.)
On 4/6/2010 11:01 AM, Donna Dierker wrote:
> Whatever was the latest processed volume is the selected volume in the
> Overlay/Underlay - Volume menu.
> It's a good idea to turn off depth generation, etc., until you have a
> final, topologically correct surface.
> On 04/06/2010 12:39 PM, Jochen Ditterich wrote:
>> Thank you, David! I think what I did wrong was that I probably ended up
>> editing the Cerebral Hull rather than the Segmentation Volume since,
>> apparently, by default the shown volume overlay is the Cerebral Hull and
>> not the Segmentation Volume. Could that be?
>> On 4/5/2010 8:28 PM, David Van Essen wrote:
>>> Loading the segmentation volume plus the original MR volume should allow you to select:
>>> Volume: Segmentation: Edit Voxels. This lets you add missing parts to your heart's content.
>>> On Apr 5, 2010, at 4:28 PM, Jochen Ditterich wrote:
>>>> Thank you, Donna!
>>>> .... I am apparently unable
>>>> to add missing parts. Is this possible? If so, is there a special step
>>>> involved other than selecting "Segmentation Volume Post Processing" and
>>>> the manually corrected segmentation volume?
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