In order to run successfully, Turbo-BrainVoyager needs to know several pieces of information about the local environment. The most important information is the location of the data, i.e. the location where the incoming scanned slices are to be expected. In order to find the data, the program looks in the MasterTBV file, which must be located in the Turbo-BrainVoyager directory. The "Turbo-BrainVoyager directory" is the folder containing the Turbo-BrainVoyager executable, i.e. "C:\Program Files\TurboBrainVoyager". You may edit the master file directly or more conveniently using the MasterTBV File dialog.
The MasterTBV file provides the highest level of control by pointing to a "TBV Watch Directory". This directory may contain TBV settings files, which provide the next level of control about a particular run in a particular session. Such a "TBV" file contains information about the names of the scanned images, the number of slices and the number of time points (functional volumes). There are also "MTBV settings files", which specify analyses across multiple runs within a session. You may edit a TBV file directly or more conveniently using the TBV Settings File dialog.
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