Hello MRTrix team,
I have collected some pilot data to look at the fibre structure of the tongue. I have collected both single shell and multi shell data. I was wondering if you would have some recommendations as to the best way to estimate the response function for the data I have.
I have used the tournier algorithm as default for my single shell data. But i also saw some improvement in the with this data using the dhollander method, maybe because of the stricter criteria for selecting single fibre voxels?
I have seen in the forum (and have used) the multi-shell functions for single tissues. My question is would the assumtions made about grey matter and CSF in the code, lead to a poorer estimation of the RF since there is none ? Or is there a way to just use the method for selecting single fibre voxels from dhollander, so that it can be used with non-brain single tissue studies ?
Thanks for nay help,