MEG skills - E6. Further reading
This page was created in an effort to provide a collaborative resource for beginning students in neuroimaging at KI and as a repository for a variety of helpful links.
(f)MRI analysis links
Principles of fMRI - video-based course on Coursera
The UCLA/Semel Neuroimaging Advanced fMRI Summer Program with slides and videos from previous offerings
Andy's Brain Blog and associated Youtube Channel with a ton of hands-on videos on processing imaging data in SPM, FSL and AFNI as well as general tips on statistics, working with Unix-based systems and the programming language R, and many more...
Principles of setting up a script for batch processing in SPM8 (can easily be adapted for newer SPM versions)
(f)MRI analysis books
Huettel, S. A., Song, A. W. & McCarthy, G. (2008). Functional magnetic resonance imaging. Sinauer Associates.
Poldrack, R. A., Mumford, J. A., & Nichols, T. E. (2011). Handbook of functional MRI data analysis. Cambridge University Press. Accompanying webpage
Ashby, F. G. (2011). Statistical analysis of fMRI data. MIT press.
OpenfMRI - Platform to share fMRI datasets
NeuroVault - Unthresholded statistical maps from fMRI experiments
Neurosynth provides automatic aggregation of fMRI activations from several thousand studies
RStudio - user-friendly interface for interacting with R
Introduction to R for people with no programming experience (Register to save progress across chapters)
Cookbook for R - Generally good resource for learning R, but particularly useful for plotting nice graphs with the help of ggplot2.
statcheck - an R package to check articles (including your own) for correct reporting of statistics
Field, A., Miles, J., & Field, Z. (2012). Discovering Statistics Using R. Sage.
Field, A. (2013). Discovering statistics using IBM SPSS statistics. Sage.