I started using BST earlier this year to analyze my fNIRS data. In my pre-processing protocol, we made a manual selection of motion artifacts and created a path: “motion-corrected” by the following path: Move "link to row file" to "Files to process" - Run - NIRS - motion correction. So, the “motion-corrected” file was created. However, my colleagues from the lab, who downloaded a version of BST in Octoberr, cannot generate this “motion-corrected” file. In Run -NIRS path, they just have two options: “Detect bad channels” and “compute concentration”. Are you going to put back the old content? Are you proposing a new way of handling the fNIRS data?
To my knowledge, Brainstorm have always been able to only remove bad channels and to compute concentrations. To do more processing as shown in the nirs tutorial, you will need to download NIRSTORM, a plugin that is especially made to analyze nirs data.
Although I don’t remember installing the NIRSTORM plugin, things make more sense now. I will study, and I will not refuse your help if I cannot progress in the analysis. Thank you very much for your guidance!