Note that this reference documentation is identical to the help that is displayed in MATLAB when you type “help ft_sliceinterp”.

  FT_SLICEINTERP plots a 2D-montage of source reconstruction and anatomical MRI
  after these have been interpolated onto the same grid.
 
  Use as
    ft_sliceinterp(cfg, interp)
       or
    [rgbimage] = ft_sliceinterp(cfg, interp), rgbimage is the monatage image
 
  where interp is the output of sourceinterpolate and cfg is a structure
  with any of the following fields:
 
  cfg.funparameter  string with the functional parameter of interest (default = 'source')
  cfg.maskparameter parameter used as opacity mask (default = 'none')
  cfg.clipmin       value or 'auto' (clipping of source data)
  cfg.clipmax       value or 'auto' (clipping of source data)
  cfg.clipsym       'yes' or 'no' (default) symmetrical clipping
  cfg.colormap      colormap for source overlay (default is jet(128))
  cfg.colmin        source value mapped to the lowest color (default = 'auto')
  cfg.colmax        source value mapped to the highest color (default = 'auto')
  cfg.maskclipmin   value or 'auto' (clipping of mask data)
  cfg.maskclipmax   value or 'auto' (clipping of mask data)
  cfg.maskclipsym   'yes' or 'no' (default) symmetrical clipping
  cfg.maskmap       opacitymap for source overlay
                    (default is linspace(0,1,128))
  cfg.maskcolmin    mask value mapped to the lowest opacity, i.e.
                    completely transparent (default ='auto')
  cfg.maskcolmin    mask value mapped to the highest opacity, i.e.
                    non-transparent (default = 'auto')
  cfg.alpha         value between 0 and 1 or 'adaptive' (default)
  cfg.nslices       integer value, default is 20
  cfg.dim           integer value, default is 3 (dimension to slice)
  cfg.spacemin      'auto' (default) or integer (first slice position)
  cfg.spacemax      'auto' (default) or integer (last slice position)
  cfg.resample      integer value, default is 1 (for resolution reduction)
  cfg.rotate        number of ccw 90 deg slice rotations (default = 0)
  cfg.title         optional title (default is '')
  cfg.whitebg       'yes' or 'no' (default = 'yes')
  cfg.flipdim       flip data along the sliced dimension, 'yes' or 'no'
                    (default = 'no')
  cfg.marker        [Nx3] array defining N marker positions to display
  cfg.markersize    radius of markers (default = 5);
  cfg.markercolor   [1x3] marker color in RGB (default = [1 1 1], i.e. white)
  cfg.interactive   'yes' or 'no' (default), interactive coordinates
                    and source values
 
  if cfg.alpha is set to 'adaptive' the opacity of the source overlay
  linearly follows the source value: maxima are opaque and minima are
  transparent.
 
  if cfg.spacemin and/or cfg.spacemax are set to 'auto' the sliced
  space is automatically restricted to the evaluated source-space
 
  if cfg.colmin and/or cfg.colmax are set to 'auto' the colormap is mapped
  to source values the following way: if source values are either all
  positive or all negative the colormap is mapped to from
  min(source) to max(source). If source values are negative and positive
  the colormap is symmetrical mapped around 0 from -max(abs(source)) to
  +max(abs(source)).
 
  If cfg.maskparameter specifies a parameter to be used as an opacity mask
  cfg.alpha is not used. Instead the mask values are maped to an opacitymap
  that can be specified using cfg.maskmap. The mapping onto that
  opacitymap is controlled as for the functional data using the
  corresponding clipping and min/max options.
 
  if cfg.whitebg is set to 'yes' the function estimates the head volume and
  displays a white background outside the head, which can save a lot of black
  printer toner.
 
  if cfg.interactive is set to 'yes' a button will be displayed for
  interactive data evaluation and coordinate reading. After clicking the
  button named 'coords' you can click on any position in the slice montage.
  After clicking these coordinates and their source value are displayed in
  a text box below the button. The coordinates correspond to indeces in the
  input data array:
 
    f = interp.source(coord_1,coord_2,coord_3)
 
  The coordinates are not affected by any transformations used for displaying
  the data such as cfg.dim, cfg.rotate,cfg.flipdim or cfg.resample.
 
  See also FT_SOURCEANALYSIS, FT_VOLUMERESLICE