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Using datasets obtained from http://openfmri.org, the aim was to use the General Linear Model to predict the regions of the brain responsible for responding to a stimulus.
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fMRI-analysis-R

Using datasets obtained from http://openfmri.org, the aim was to use the General Linear Model to predict the regions of the brain responsible for responding to a stimulus.

Install Instructions:

Arch Linux:

  • Install the rstudio-desktop-bin from the AUR.
  • Download the datasets from openfmri.
  • Take the time values and use it as shown in the R script.
  • Plot the values and use appropriate signal cut-offs.

Results:

Inputs

Haemodynamic Response

Outputs

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