DPARSF error !

Dear experts:
Hello,I am an intern in rfmri.Now,i am involved in a project about diabetic cognitive dysfunction,aimed at studying changes in regard to the small-world feature of the brain function connectivity network.We plan to use DPARSF to process and contrast two groups:one is type 2 diabetes mellitus patients;one is normal persons.At present,we met some trouble and know little about how to deal with it.Therefore,we turn to you for help.Here are two pieces of code.Thank you in advance.



Start DPARSFA from NIFTI images

To whom it may concern,

I would like to start preprocessing in DPARSFA from Nifti images so I placed the images under the FunImg folder (which contains a folder for each subject). However, when I change the 'Starting Directory Name' to FunImg. I get the following warning: 'Please arrange each subject's DICOM images in one directory and then put them in FunRaw directory under the working directory' and the gui automatically revert to FunRaw (which I do not have as I want to start from nifti images).

Could you please advise how to solve this problem?

Thank you,

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Resting State Preprocessing (Graph Theory)


i have a question regarding the preprocessing of my resting state data for a subsequent investigation based on the graph theory. The common preprocessing procedure for a subsequently graph theory based estimation include the following steps:

* despike
* slice timing correction
* 3D motion correction
* Regression with motion parameters
* Register to MNI

Regarding Aurich et al. (2015) the following steps are also recommended to use:

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I am new to DPARSFA. AutoMask doesn't seem to be working for me. It runs without errors, but doesn't properly mask it brain. It just generates a white rectangle that covers the entire area. Screenshot is attached. Please advise. Thanks.


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