Thanks thanks thanks !!!
I tried it (Featquery with a Mask) already twice now: it works for me as well.
Really appreciate all efforts made.
Anda van Stegeren
Drs. Anda van Stegeren,
University of Amsterdam
Department of Clinical Psychology
1018 WB Amsterdam
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Van: FSL - FMRIB's Software Library namens Stephen Smith
Verzonden: wo 11-8-2004 3:50
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Onderwerp: Re: [FSL] featquery seems to prefer Linux
Thanks to everyone, particularly Michael Lipton, for helping look into
this. It turns out to be a bug in the version of TCL that is bundled with
I _think_ that an easy fix is the following. It relies on your version of
Cygwin being sufficiently recent to have tclsh8.4 come with it - you can
check this with:
ls -l /bin/tclsh84.exe
to see if it's there.
The fix for Featquery is to edit
and near the top change
On Mon, 9 Aug 2004, Leonardo Bonilha wrote:
> Dear Stephen M. Smith and colleagues,
> I recently confronted myself with the same problem that motivated Anda van
> Stegeren and Kerstin Preuschoff to write to the list earlier this year: I
> was not able to make featquery (working under Windows XP/Cygwin) to run
> properly either using a mask or by trying to define standard space
> Shortly, what I did was to create a mask with MRIcro using the
> example_func.img, or alternatively a high resolution image in standard
> space. Within both cases, I received a message stating that the mask size
> did not match any of the images in the FEAT directory. Just to ensure that
> I was wasn't using different dimension-sized images, I then used avwhd and
> fine tuned the images (the mask and its matching image) to be exactly the
> same. Yet, the same error remained.
> Suspecting that this could be due to a Windows/Cygwin version bug, I then
> tried to run the same analysis, i.e., to use exactly the same masks, this
> time using Linux (Suse9.1). And it worked uneventfully.
> Therefore it seems that this problem with featquery appears to be
> restricted to the Windows version of FSL.
> Best wishes
> Leonardo Bonilha
> Div of Psychiatry and
> School of Psychology
> University of Nottingham, NG7 2RD
> Tel: +44 (0) 115 - 95 -15308
Stephen M. Smith DPhil
Associate Director, FMRIB and Analysis Research Coordinator
Oxford University Centre for Functional MRI of the Brain
John Radcliffe Hospital, Headington, Oxford OX3 9DU, UK
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