Error using ==> eq Matrix dimensions must agree.

Dear REST developers,

I'm trialling the REST program using a single subject and specifying a voxel wise ROI. Each time I try to view the ROI as outlined in the manual or run the analysis it produces this error: 

Exception occured.    (MATLAB:dimagree)
    Error using ==> eq
Matrix dimensions must agree.


error using rest toolkit

Hi, dear all
The output Images of  ReHo or ALFF were distored, when I open them with MRICRo.
Please help me, what was happen? attached I send the output image of toolkit.



     在做SLICE TIMING时报错


Error in loading covariables when doing batch FC analysis

Hi, REST experts,

I was doing the batch FC analysis. I listed the subjects' covariables (9 variables) in a text file (Covlist.txt) as follows, 


Task modulated functional connectivity


I am wondering if the program can be used to conduct functional connectivity modulated by task?

Thank you for your kindly advice.


How to make ROI from Brodmann or AAL template by selecting specific area for functional connectivity

These days, I am trying to analyze functional connectivity in fMRI-resting data using REST1.3.
I have already analyzed using Seed ROI to learn REST software.  That result was pretty good.
So, now I am trying to analyze our data not using seed ROI but useing ROI from BA or AAL template by selecting specific area (e.g. hippocampus, amygdala).
How can I make ROI from BA or AAL template by selecting specific area?
Please comment.
Thank you for your reply in advance.


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Videos of resting-state fMRI symposium in Stanford

Thanks to Dr. Michael D. Greicius for providing videos ( of the resting-state fMRI symposium in Stanford University, June 17, 2009. Below are the topic and speakers.

Bharat Biswal
University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey, USA
Multi-site Validation of Resting State fMRI

Michael Greicius
Stanford University School of Medicine, USA



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