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VBM8 Toolbox (for SPM8)

Download the newest version from that Folder.

  • unpack the zip-file
  • remove the old vbm8 folder
  • copy or link the vbm8 folder to the spm8/toolbox directory

You can start the toolbox by choosing “vbm8″ in the “Toolbox” selector.

A manual can be found here VBM8-Manual (written by Florian Kurth and Eileen L├╝ders).

VBM5.1 Toolbox version 1.19 (for SPM5)

Download vbm5_v1.19.zip.

  • unpack the zip-file
  • remove the old vbm5 folder
  • copy or link the vbm5 folder to the spm5/toolbox directory

You can start the toolbox by choosing “vbm5″ in the “Toolbox” selector.

This version may only work with the newest SPM5 update. Download Updates_1782.tar.gz and unpack it into your spm5 directory, overwriting any existing files.

A preliminary manual can be found here VBM5.1-Manual.

If you have used on older version of the vbm toolbox and installed spm5 update 1048 (or higher) you should check, whether your modulated data were truncated above 1. This tool will check your data for a truncation. Please check VBM-news for more information.

VBM2 Toolbox version 1.09 (for SPM2)

Download vbm2_v1.09.zip.

Unpack the zip-file. Now, you have two options for using VBM2 within SPM:

First (and recommended), you can copy or link the vbm2 folder to the spm2/toolbox directory. You can start the toolbox by selecting “vbm2″ from the toolbox button on the SPM interface after restarting spm.

Secondly, you can add the vbm2 folder to your matlab path and can start from the matlab prompt with the command “spm_vbm2″.