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 faq:how_can_i_visualize_the_different_geometrical_objects_that_are_needed_for_forward_and_inverse_computations [2011/11/10 11:30]jan-mathijs [How can I visualize the different geometrical objects that are needed for forward and inverse computations?] faq:how_can_i_visualize_the_different_geometrical_objects_that_are_needed_for_forward_and_inverse_computations [2017/08/17 11:21] (current) 2013/12/03 18:32 robert added warning tag2011/11/10 11:30 jan-mathijs [How can I visualize the different geometrical objects that are needed for forward and inverse computations?] 2011/11/10 11:25 jan-mathijs [How can I visualize the different geometrical objects that are needed for forward and inverse computations?] 2011/11/10 11:24 jan-mathijs [How can I visualize the different geometrical objects that are needed for forward and inverse computations?] 2011/11/10 11:12 jan-mathijs 2011/11/10 11:12 jan-mathijs 2011/11/10 11:01 jan-mathijs created 2013/12/03 18:32 robert added warning tag2011/11/10 11:30 jan-mathijs [How can I visualize the different geometrical objects that are needed for forward and inverse computations?] 2011/11/10 11:25 jan-mathijs [How can I visualize the different geometrical objects that are needed for forward and inverse computations?] 2011/11/10 11:24 jan-mathijs [How can I visualize the different geometrical objects that are needed for forward and inverse computations?] 2011/11/10 11:12 jan-mathijs 2011/11/10 11:12 jan-mathijs 2011/11/10 11:01 jan-mathijs created Line 1: Line 1: - {{tag>​faq source forward inverse}} + {{tag>​faq source forward inverse ​warning}} ===== How can I visualize the different geometrical objects that are needed for forward and inverse computations?​ ===== ===== How can I visualize the different geometrical objects that are needed for forward and inverse computations?​ ===== Line 12: Line 12: ​\\ ​\\ - The following code shows how to visualize the gradiometer positions in combination with the subject'​s headshape and the single sphere volume conductor model. We use the example data which can be obtained from [[ftp://​ftp.fcdonders.nl/​pub/​fieldtrip/​tutorial/​Subject01.zip]].\\ + The following code shows how to visualize the gradiometer positions in combination with the subject'​s headshape and the single sphere volume conductor model. We use the example data which can be obtained from [[ftp://​ftp.fieldtriptoolbox.org/​pub/​fieldtrip/​tutorial/​Subject01.zip]].\\ <​code>​ <​code>​