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1. Surface-based Interhemispheric Registration

Those using this procedure should site the following paper: Greve, Douglas N., Lise Van der Haegen, Qing Cai, Steven Stufflebeam, Mert R. Sabuncu, Bruce Fischl, and Marc Bysbaert. "A surface-based analysis of language lateralization and cortical asymmetry." (2013). Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. In press.

1.1. Installation

Note: you only need to do this installation if you have version 5.1 or lower

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Copy surfreg, xhemireg, mris_preproc into $FREESURFER_HOME/bin Copy mri_convert.{linux,mac} into $FREESURFER_HOME/bin/mri_convert Copy mri_vol2vol.{linux,mac} into $FREESURFER_HOME/bin/mri_vol2vol

# Untar fsaverage_sym.tar.gz into your $SUBJECTS_DIR cd $SUBJECTS_DIR tar xvfz fsaverage_sym.tar.gz

# Untar mult-comp-cor.tar.gz into $FREESURFER_HOME/average cd $FREESURFER_HOME/average tar xvfz mult-comp-cor.tar.gz

# Copy mris_preproc into $FREESURFER_HOME/bin after making a backup To apply an existing atlas (eg, fsaverage_sym) to an anatomical analysis

1.2. Apply an existing atlas (fsaverage_sym)

# Reg to atlas (1-2 hours per subject) # Creates $subject/xhemi # Creates lh.fsaverage_sym.sphere.reg in $subject and $subject/xhemi

foreach subject (subjectlist)
  surfreg --s $subject --t fsaverage_sym --lh
  surfreg --s $subject --t fsaverage_sym --lh --xhemi

# Create a stack of subjects

mris_preproc --target fsaverage_sym --hemi lh 
  --xhemi --paired-diff \
  --srcsurfreg fsaverage_sym.sphere.reg \
  --meas thickness \
  --out lh.lh-rh.thickness.sm00.mgh \
  --s subj1 --s subj2 ...

# Smooth. This example smooths by 10mm on the surface. This is only an example and your data might be better off being smoothed more or less. There is no way to determine what the optimal smoothing level is.

mris_fwhm --s fsaverage_sym --hemi lh --cortex --smooth-only --fwhm 10\
 --i lh.lh-rh.thickness.sm00.mgh --o lh.lh-rh.thickness.sm10.mgh

# Analyze

mri_glmfit --y lh.lh-rh.thickness.sm10.mgh --glmdir glm.lh.lh-rh.thickness.sm10 \
 --osgm --surf fsaverage_sym lh 

# View

tksurfer fsaverage_sym lh inflated -aparc -overlay glm.lh.lh-rh.thickness.sm10/osgm/sig.mgh

# Correct for multiple comparisons

mri_glmfit-sim --glmdir glm.lh.lh-rh.thickness.sm10 \
   --cwpvalthresh .5 --cache 2 abs

1.3. Build Your Own Atlas

# Create xhemi subject (don't reg, a few minutes to finish)

foreach subject (subjectlist)
  xhemireg --s $subject

# Reg to existing sym atlas # Note: if you want test how symmetrical the atlas is use --lhrh # (but it takes twice as long)

foreach subject (subjectlist)
  surfreg --s $subject --t fsaverage_sym --lh
  surfreg --s $subject --t fsaverage_sym --xhemi --lh

# Make first iteration (<5min)

make_average_subject --out myatlas.i1 \
  --surf-reg fsaverage_sym.sphere.reg \
  --subjects subjectlist \
  --xhemi \
  --no-vol --template-only 

# Reg to first iteration # Note: if you want test the symmetry, use --lhrh

foreach subject (subjectlist)
  surfreg --s $subject --t myatlas.i1 --lh
  surfreg --s $subject --t myatlas.i1 --xhemi --lh

# Make second iteration (<5min)

make_average_subject --out myatlas.i2 \
  --surf-reg myatlas.i1.sphere.reg \
  --subjects subjectlist \
  --xhemi \
  --no-vol --template-only 

# Reg to second iteration. Note: if you want test the symmetry, use --lhrh

foreach subject (subjectlist)
  surfreg --s $subject --t myatlas.i2 --lh
  surfreg --s $subject --t myatlas.i2 --xhemi --lh

# Make final iteration (1-2 hours)

 make_average_subject --out myatlas.i3 \
  --surf-reg myatlas.i2.sphere.reg \
  --subjects subjectlist \
  --xhemi --hemi lh

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