One individual report per input functional timeseries will be generated
in the path
An example report is given
The individual report for the functional images is structured as follows:
The first section summarizes some important information:
subject identifier, date and time of execution of
mriqc, software version;
workflow details and flags raised during execution; and
the extracted IQMs.
The section with visual reports contains:
Mosaic view of the average BOLD signal.
Mosaic view of the temporal standard deviation.
Summary plot, showing the slice-wise signal intensity at the extremes for the identification of spikes, the outliers metric, the DVARS and the FD. Finally the so-called carpetplot [Power2016]. The carpet plot rows correspond to voxelwise time series, and are separated into regions: cortical gray matter, deep gray matter, white matter and cerebrospinal fluid, cerebellum and the brain-edge or “crown” [Provins2022]. The crown corresponds to the voxels located on a closed band around the brain [Patriat2015].
If mriqc was run with the
--verbose-reports flag, the
following plots will be appended:
Mosaic view of the average BOLD signal, zoomed-in to the bounding box of brain activation.
Mosaic view of the average BOLD signal, with background enhancement.
One rows of axial views at different Z-axis points showing the calculated brain mask.
Mosaic view with animation for assessment of the co-registration to MNI space (roll over the image to activate the animation).
If some metadata was found in the BIDS structure, it is reported here.
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Power JD, A simple but useful way to assess fMRI scan qualities. NeuroImage. 2016. doi: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2016.08.009.
Provins, Céline, Christopher J. Markiewicz, Rastko Ciric, Mathias Goncalves, César Caballero-Gaudes, Russell Poldrack, Patric Hagmann, and Oscar Esteban. “Quality Control and Nuisance Regression of FMRI, Looking out Where Signal Should Not Be Found.” OSF Preprints, January 21, 2022. doi: 10.31219/osf.io/hz52v.