Guide to 3D printing a brain from MRI data

Details and scripts for processing MRI data of a human brain into a .stl file ready to be sliced and printed. Relative to other guides, this pipeline is relatively quick, allows for mesh improvement using FLAIRs or T2s, does a higher-fidelity reconstruction of the cerebellum, and most importantly, keeps many brain asymmetries and unique features that are lost in the processing recommended by other guides.

Replacing bad DICOMs in an fMRI sequence

An rough-draft script and details for a workaround to 'File not large enough to store image data' warnings from dcm2niix when converting a problematic set of DICOMs to NIfTI.