This NIFTI file is in Talairach space (TT_N27_SurfVol in AFNI). I have mapped this file on std.141.TT_N27_both.spec in AFNI. I want to map the activity from std.141.TT_N27_both.spec on each of my subjects surfaces (std.141). I have created the surface of each subject in FreeSurfer and convert it to AFNI format using @SUMA_Make_Spec_FS. Would you please tell me which command I should use in AFNI to project activity from one surface to another? Is it SurfToSurf? I read about this command that is used to interpolate data from one surface (S2) to another (S1), assuming the surfaces are quite similar in shape but having different meshes (non-isotopic). But here, the two surfaces have a similar mesh (std.141) and different shapes.
After projecting the activity on the subject’s surface, I want to save it as a NIFTI file to use it as an ROI for the analysis. Would you please tell me what the command is for this conversion?
Since you’re already using the standard surfaces (std.*) the surfaces are already co-registered (so to speak… err type). If you had non-standard surfaces or wanted to go from a std surface to another surface you could use SurfToSurf. But there’s really no point - the accuracy of std surfaces across subjects is excellent according to Ziad’s original documentation in SUMA/AFNI.
If you want to go full circle from Surfaces to Volumes you can use 3dSurf2Vol.
I want to map the above activity from std.141.TT_N27_both.spec to the subject surface that is in standard activity, too. As I said in my previous message, I have created each subject’s surface in FreeSurfer and converted it to AFNI format using @SUMA_Make_Spec_FS.
Which command should I use to map the activity from std.141.TT_N27_both.spec to subject’s standard surface?
Actually, what I want is a mask (nii file) of yellow and orange activity. But I want the mask in my subject’s native space.