Methods for Dummies 2007
Below is the timetable for MfD
2007. Meetings are normally held from
12.30-1.30 in the 4th Floor Seminar room at
Lots of you have volunteered to give talks on topics that
you don't know much about, which is great. If you need help or ideas on your presentation here are some suggestions.
At the bottom of the page are
links to the previous MfD presentations, and you
could also contact previous presenters to find out what they found useful. Look at the Human Brain Function website, this is
the book written to explain the methods
behind SPM. Look at the SPM web pages. Ask the other people at MFD what they'd
like to know about the subject. Finally, you can always ask the allocated expert (see the
Schedule of Presentations, below).
Remember, the aim is to make these topics understandable to people like yourselves, who may know very little about statistics, imaging or SPM. You're not trying to teach experts. When you are planning you talk, please bear in mind that we've had lots of requests for practical examples. For some of the topics it would be great to include worked examples, either PET or fMRI, EEG or MEG, to illustrate what you are describing. For further information or to be added to the mailing list, contact Justin Chumbley or Hanneke den Ouden ( j_DOT_chumbley , h_DOT_denouden , at fil _dot_ ion _dot_ ucl _dot_ ac _dot_ uk ).
MfD 2004 MfD 2005 MfD 2006 SPM - Central Rik Henson's Short SPM Course Human Brain Function SPM @ Wikipedia MRI Physics Animated Introduction to MRI Physics
Here is the TBR Toolbox used for transforming raw files prior to analysis in SPM5: TBR