PESTICA & SLOMOCO: physio and motion correction tools
PESTICA detects the pulse and the breathing cycles _from the data itself_, equivalent to a parallel monitored pulse signal and a respiratory chest-bellows signal. One can use parallel monitored or PESTICA-monitored pulse and respiration for correction using the model-based corrections RETROICOR or IRF-RETROICOR.
The other half of PESTICA is an adaptive physiologic noise removal tool (Impulse Response Function or IRF-RETROICOR) that zooms in on noise with only 6 regressors, getting all the noise that 5th order RETROICOR gets (using 20 regressors). These tools will allow you to correct your data for physiologic noise with what you currently have.
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Mining data from hemodynamic simulations via Bayesian emulation. posted by NITRC Moderator on Dec 17, 2017
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a tip for background intensity correction after pestica posted by Hang Joon Jo on Feb 14, 2019
sharing a solution to fixing errors running slomoco posted by Yuqi Liu on Apr 12, 2018
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slicewise motion correction SLOMOCO now released in PESTICA posted by Erik Beall on Jul 18, 2014
Physiologic Noise PESTICA tools released for AFNI users posted by Erik Beall on Apr 26, 2010