Note

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nilearn.image.math_img#

nilearn.image.math_img(formula, **imgs)[source]#

Interpret a numpy based string formula using niimg in named parameters.

New in version 0.2.3.

Parameters:
formulastr

The mathematical formula to apply to image internal data. It can use numpy imported as ‘np’.

imgsimages (Nifti1Image or file names)

Keyword arguments corresponding to the variables in the formula as Nifti images. All input images should have the same geometry (shape, affine).

Returns:
Nifti1Image

Result of the formula as a Nifti image. Note that the dimension of the result image can be smaller than the input image. The affine is the same as the input image.

See also

nilearn.image.mean_img

To simply compute the mean of multiple images

Notes

This function is the Python equivalent of ImCal in SPM or fslmaths in FSL.

Examples

Let’s load an image using nilearn datasets module:

>>> from nilearn import datasets
>>> anatomical_image = datasets.load_mni152_template()

Now we can use any numpy function on this image:

>>> from nilearn.image import math_img
>>> log_img = math_img("np.log(img)", img=anatomical_image)

We can also apply mathematical operations on several images:

>>> result_img = math_img("img1 + img2",
...                       img1=anatomical_image, img2=log_img)

Examples using nilearn.image.math_img#

Second-level fMRI model: one sample test

Second-level fMRI model: one sample test

Second-level fMRI model: one sample test
Example of generic design in second-level models

Example of generic design in second-level models

Example of generic design in second-level models
Negating an image with math_img

Negating an image with math_img

Negating an image with math_img
Comparing the means of 2 images

Comparing the means of 2 images

Comparing the means of 2 images
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