I would like to try using dwidenoise, however I am not 100% sure of its optimal use. I have multi-shell data (b=0, b=1000, b=2500). Should I provide all dwi volumes (including b=0 and both nonzero shells) in one file to dwidenoise or is it better for optimal performance to split data to separate shells and process them separately?
Processing all the data seems to be recommended use in the tutorial.
On the other hand, the separate processing of each shell may indicate the Veraart’s paper where they show the results of each shell separately and it maybe makes more sense to me since the noise in the particular shells is typically different.
Could you please comment on?