FIGURE 14.14. The layout of the HOMER program is based around an interactive graphical display of the NIRS probe, shown in the upper right (B).

FIGURE 14.14

The layout of the HOMER program is based around an interactive graphical display of the NIRS probe, shown in the upper right (B). The user specifies this probe geometry within the data file imported into HOMER. By selecting source (displayed as “x”) or detector (“o”) positions on this probe layout, the user navigates through the display of their data. The original data is shown in panel (A) and the average evoked response is shown in panel (C). The data was recorded during a 20-s finger-tapping task. Data shown is from a single run of one of the subjects.

From: Chapter 14, Noninvasive Imaging of Cerebral Activation with Diffuse Optical Tomography

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