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faq:why_does_my_anatomical_mri_show_upside-down_when_plotting_it_with_ft_sourceplot [2016/01/10 18:41]
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faq:why_does_my_anatomical_mri_show_upside-down_when_plotting_it_with_ft_sourceplot [2017/08/17 11:21] (current)
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-In itself ​it is not a problem, as explained [[/​faq/​my_mri_is_upside_down_is_this_a_problem|here]]. ​+In itself ​this is **not a problem**, as explained [[/​faq/​my_mri_is_upside_down_is_this_a_problem|here]]. ​
  
-If you do want the figure to be plotted upside-up, you can use the **[[reference:​ft_volumereslice|ft_volumereslice]]** function to reslice the MRI, i.e. to interpolate the anatomy onto a new 3D grid that is aligned with the axes of the coordinate system. If you use the resliced MRI as input to **[[reference:​ft_sourceinterpolate]]**,​ the source reconstructed result will also show up as expected. ​+If for aesthetic reasons ​you do want the figure to be plotted upside-up, you can use the **[[reference:​ft_volumereslice|ft_volumereslice]]** function to reslice the MRI, i.e. to interpolate the anatomy onto a new 3D grid that is aligned with the axes of the coordinate system. If you use the resliced MRI as input to **[[reference:​ft_sourceinterpolate]]**,​ the source reconstructed result will also show up as expected. ​
  
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