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neuroelf_introduction [2011/05/07 20:29]
jochen added compatibility bit
neuroelf_introduction [2014/06/07 06:09]
jochen updated blurbs about Mac OSX and Octave
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 On top of this "​core"​ functionality operates a [[neuroelf_gui|GUI]] that allows the user to access some of the functionality of the core elements via dialogs and forms. In particular it is able to visualize voxel- and surface-based objects, to compute (in a limited capacity) and display statistical results, and create tables and screenshots of those. On top of this "​core"​ functionality operates a [[neuroelf_gui|GUI]] that allows the user to access some of the functionality of the core elements via dialogs and forms. In particular it is able to visualize voxel- and surface-based objects, to compute (in a limited capacity) and display statistical results, and create tables and screenshots of those.
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 +Another set of features covers the ease by which data can be manipulated,​ but from the command line and the graphical user interface. Particularly the 3D drawing tools have been substantially enhanced in recent releases.
  
 Additionally,​ some automatization routines (e.g. a small UI for batching preprocessing of multiple subjects using the functionality of SPM5/8), analysis functionality (e.g. robust regression of second-level neuroimaging data), as well as some further visualization capabilities (e.g. display of VOI-based averaged trial-locked BOLD responses) are provided. Additionally,​ some automatization routines (e.g. a small UI for batching preprocessing of multiple subjects using the functionality of SPM5/8), analysis functionality (e.g. robust regression of second-level neuroimaging data), as well as some further visualization capabilities (e.g. display of VOI-based averaged trial-locked BOLD responses) are provided.
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   * Microsoft Windows (tested under Windows XP and Windows 7), using Matlab Version v7.5 (R2007b) and onwards   * Microsoft Windows (tested under Windows XP and Windows 7), using Matlab Version v7.5 (R2007b) and onwards
   * Linux (tested under S.u.S.E. Linux 11.2, 64-bit edition as well as Ubuntu 10, 32-bit edition), using Matlab Version v7.5 (R2007b) and onwards   * Linux (tested under S.u.S.E. Linux 11.2, 64-bit edition as well as Ubuntu 10, 32-bit edition), using Matlab Version v7.5 (R2007b) and onwards
-  * Mac OSX (tested under Mac OSX 10.5 and 10.6 on an iMac with 64-bit support as well as a OSX 10.4 PPC PowerMac), using Matlab Version v7.5 (R2007b) and onwards +  * Mac OSX (tested under Mac OS 10.7 through Mac OS 10.9), using Matlab Version v7.5 (R2007b) and onwards 
-  * additionally, ​NeuroElf v0.9c recently added (basicsupport for [[http://​www.gnu.org/​software/​octave/​|GNU Octave]]starting with version v3.4.0 ​(currently available for Intel-based Macs and as source code); **please ​note that no GUI elements currently work under GNU Octave!** (a restriction hopefully going away for future Octave versions...) +  * which beginning with NeuroElf v0.9c there is very basic support for [[http://​www.gnu.org/​software/​octave/​|GNU Octave]]--starting with version v3.4.0--please ​be aware that I am not regularly testing new functionality against ​Octave!
neuroelf_introduction.txt · Last modified: 2014/06/07 06:09 by jochen