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Apr 30, 2020  10:04 PM | Peter Garvin
4D Traces - saving peristimulus volume
Dear Chris,
I've been using the excellent 4D traces feature to create peristimulus plots from my data, but I've been unable to save any separate 3D volumes for each time bin as outlined in the guide. I select the relevant tick-box when creating the plot (save peristimulus volume) but there are no images saved as far as I can tell. I'm using the 2019 linux version, and have tried on window too with no luck.

I imagine I'm missing something obvious, but any help would be very much appreciated.

Many thanks in advance,
Sep 8, 2020  12:09 PM | Chris Rorden
RE: 4D Traces - saving peristimulus volume
  This vestigial checkbox will be removed from the next release. Active development is now focused on MRIcroGL. If this feature is important to you, the code is open source, and you can restore this feature and share your code with the community via a pull request. However, I do think a simple Python script would provide a better solution for this problem.