I uploaded the logfiles as .txt. I hope that's ok? Otherwise I can
change the format and upload them again.The reference number is 306802.
Thanks for your help!
Quoting Matthew Webster <[log in to unmask]>:
> Hi Laura,
> Can you upload both logfiles to:
> and let me know the 6-digit reference number?
> Many Regards
>> Dear FSL Experts,
>> I am analysing fMRI data from a pyschological study with FEAT on a
>> linux system using the FSL Version 4.1.6. The design includes
>> fieldmaps with B0unwarping.
>> When running the FEAT analysis with 4.1.6 I got decent results.
>> Then I switched to the 4.1.9 Version of FSL and compared this
>> of exactly the subject (same functional-, anatomical scan and
>> fieldmap) using the same designfile (adapted for 4.1.9) to the
>> results of the 4.1.6 analysis.
>> In the Logfile for this feat analysis, we get the following error message:
>> /usr/share/fsl/bin/fslstats FM_UD_fmap -k FM_UD_fmap_mag_brain_mask -P 50
>> Mask and image must be the same size
>> /usr/share/fsl/bin/fslmaths FM_UD_fmap -sub Mask and image must be
>> the same size -mas FM_UD_fmap_mag_brain_mask FM_UD_fmap
>> ** ERROR (nifti_image_read): failed to find header file for 'Mask'
>> ** ERROR: nifti_image_open(Mask): bad header info
>> ERROR: failed to open file Mask
>> ERROR: Could not open image Mask
>> Image Exception : #22 :: Failed to read volume Mask
>> terminate called after throwing an instance of 'RBD_COMMON::BaseException'
>> We have tried running this analysis on several different systems
>> (Mac & Debian Linux) and always get the same error message, which
>> doesn't show up on the logfile for the identical analysis using the
>> 4.1.6 Version. We tried comparing the Logfiles for the
>> 4.1.6-Analysis with the 4.1.9-Analysis row by row and it seems to us,
>> that with 4.1.9 we are getting a problem with fuge. Several lines
>> are missing, that exist in the 4.1.6 Logfile and the 4.1.9 Analysis
>> seems to try and find and fit a "Mask" that the program previously
>> has not created.
>> When comparing the designfiles made using 4.1.6 and 4.1.9, we
>> cannot find the point at which this distinction comes into play.
>> Have you encountered this problem before?
>> We are very greatful for any and all hints and suggestions and hope
>> to hear from you soon.
>> Many thanks in advance,
>> Laura Mega
>> Diploma Student (Biology)
>> Centre for Integrative Neuroscience
>> Tübingen, Germany
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