The main purpose of this toolbox is to simulate DTI based DWI data and contains some functions to easily perform analysis of the fit results of the simulated signals (Froeling et al. 2013). Back››
- Froeling, Martijn, Aart J. Nederveen, Klaas Nicolay, and Gustav J. Strijkers. 2013. “DTI of human skeletal muscle: The effects of diffusion encoding parameters, signal-to-noise ratio and T2 on tensor indices and fiber tracts.” NMR in Biomedicine 26 (11): 1339–52. link››.