FIASCO is a collection of software designed to analyze fMRI
data using a series of processing steps. The input is the raw data,
and the output are statistical brain maps showing regions of
Latest News and Announcements
There was an error in the 3D coregistration mechanism in the CVS
code for Fiasco between July 13 2005 and January 24 2006 which
produced incorrect motion correction. This code
never appeared in any official release of Fiasco,
but those using prerelease versions may have been
caught by it.
is how to tell if this bug has happened to you.
Fiasco 5.4 is ready!
Please help yourself; installation instructions are available
- You won't want to miss the Funny Artifact of the Week.
We've made the executables from Fiasco available separately from the
scripts, to simplify the lives of those using Fiasco for things other
than fMRI and to speed up our software release cycle. The new package
is called FIAT, for Functional Image Analysis Toolkit. Read about the
- Here are directions to our new
offices at Stats Northwest.
- People desiring an eternally-updating prerelease copy of FIASCO
should send mail to email@example.com and we'll set you up.