Thanks for the reply.
I just wanted to confirm... there's no way to specify the output type of avwcreatehd as an input to
avwcreatehd? The only way is through FSLOUTPUTTYPE, right?
On Thu, 14 Oct 2004 09:45:38 +0100, Stephen Smith <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>Hi - see the entry for acwcreatehd at
>In particular - first make sure all run1* files are deleted.
>Then set FSLOUTPUTTYPE according to what filetype you need (see
>Then run avwcreatehd (note that it will create empty image data unlike
>Then fill the image data with whatever method you want.
>On Thu, 14 Oct 2004, Jack Grinband wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> I'm having some trouble creating headers. When I run avwcreatehd I get an error:
>> Multiple image files detected. STOPPED.
>> I commented out the FSLMULTIFILEQUIT. Now there's no more "STOPPED" error. But I still get
>> "multiple files detected" warning.
>> When I set the filename to "run1", avwcreatehd generates an .img file and a .gz file. No .hdr
>> If I set the filename to "run1.img", then avwcreatehd generates an .img file and a .hdr file
>> (although the file type of the .hdr is Nifti not Analyze).
>> In either case, FSLview and slices say that the files are empty.
>> Am I doing something wrong or is there a problem with avwcreatehd?
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