All posts for the month May, 2014

AFNI Bootcamp Training Next Week

There is an AFNI training workshop (aka “Bootcamp”) NEXT WEEK at Yale.  If you’re interested in signing up, the information is here.

Brief: Process Resting-State Data Faster with 3dTproject!

I don’t usually post brief updates like this, but a recent update to has me really excited. As of the May 13th 2014 binaries of AFNI, you can now expect your resting state data to process considerably faster thanks to a new-ish program called 3dTproject.  3dTproject is meant to replace 3dDeconvolve for resting state […]

Basics of AFNI Group Analyses (Part 3)

It’s been a while since I’ve touched on this topic (Part 1, Part 2).  Recently the topic of doing t-tests has come up a lot in the area around where my desk is situated.  In vastly over simplified thinking, I think the three most common approaches to using t-tests in MRI data are as follows: […]