mvpa2.misc.plot.flat_surf.FlatSurfacePlotter¶

class
mvpa2.misc.plot.flat_surf.
FlatSurfacePlotter
(surface, curvature=None, min_nsteps=500, range_='2_98%', threshold=None, color_map=None, max_deformation=0.5)¶ Plots data on a flat surface
Methods
__call__
(data)Parameters: set_underlay
(u)Sets the underlay Parameters: surface: surf.Surface
a flat surface
curvature: str or np.ndarray
(Filename of) data representing curvature at each node.
min_steps: int
Minimal side of output plots in pixel
range_: str or float or tuple
If a tuple (a,b), then this tuple is returned. If a float a, then (a,a) is returned. “R(a)”, where R(a) denotes the string representation of float a, is equivalent to range_=a. “R(a)_R(b)” is equivalent to range_=(a,b). “R(a)_R(b)%” indicates that the ath and bth percentile of xs is taken to define the range. “R(a)%” is equivalent to “R(a)_R(100a)%”
threshold: str or float or tuple
Indicates which values will be shown. Syntax as in range_
color_map: str
colormap to use
max_deformation: float
maximum deformation to make a nonflat surface flat. The normals of each face must have a dot product with the average face normal that is not less than (1max_deformation); otherwise an exception is raised. The rationale for this option is that certain surfaces may be almost flat, and projecting the vertices on a truly flat surface should be fine. On the other hand, surfaces that are definitly not flat (such as full cortical surface models) should cause an error to be raised when it is attempted to flatten them
Methods
__call__
(data)Parameters: set_underlay
(u)Sets the underlay 
set_underlay
(u)¶ Sets the underlay
