Description Usage Arguments Value Examples

This function is able to run a Linear Mixed Effect Model using the lmer() function. The function relies on lmerTest to create p-values using the Satterthwaite Approximation. The analysis will run in all voxels in in the mask and will return parametric coefficients. The function will create parametric maps according to the model selected. The function will return a p-map, t-map, z-map, p-adjusted-map for parametric terms and p-map, z-map, p-adjusted-map for smooth terms. You can select which type of p-value correction you want done on the map.

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`image` |
Input image of type 'nifti' or vector of path(s) to images. If multiple paths, the script will call mergeNifti() and merge across time. |

`mask` |
Input mask of type 'nifti' or path to mask. Must be a binary mask |

`fourdOut` |
To be passed to mergeNifti, This is the path and file name without the suffix to save the fourd file. Default (NULL) means script won't write out 4D image. |

`formula` |
Must be a formula passed to lmer() |

`subjData` |
Dataframe containing all the covariates used for the analysis |

`mc.preschedule` |
Argument to be passed to mclapply, whether or not to preschedule the jobs. More info in parallel::mclapply |

`ncores` |
Number of cores to use |

`method` |
which method of correction for multiple comparisons (default is none) |

`residual` |
If set to TRUE then residuals maps will be returned along parametric maps |

`outDir` |
Path to the folder where to output parametric maps (Default is Null, only change if you want to write maps out) |

`...` |
Additional arguments passed to lmer() |

Returns parametric maps of the fitted models

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image <- oro.nifti::nifti(img = array(1:1600, dim =c(4,4,4,25)))
mask <- oro.nifti::nifti(img = array(c(rep(0,14),1,1), dim = c(4,4,4,1)))
set.seed(1)
covs <- data.frame(x = runif(25), id = rep(1:5,5))
fm1 <- "~ x + (1|id)"
Maps <- lmerNIfTI(image, mask, formula = fm1, subjData = covs, method="fdr", ncores = 1)
``` |

voxel documentation built on June 26, 2018, 5 p.m.

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