You're not doing anything wrong - there's a bug in the new version
such that it effectively ignores the -r flag. Sorry about that.
We'll try to fix it in the next couple of days.
All the best,
Michael Martinez wrote:
>Does the '-r' flag have a different function in the new version of avwcreatehd (as part of FSL 3.2)?
>In the past, I was able to use the '-r' flag to reverse the byte order of the HDR file, so that it would
>match my IMG file. However, now avwcreatehd creates the same file whether or not '-r' is
>specified. For example,
>avwcreatehd 10 10 10 10 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 4 test_nr.hdr
>... and ...
>avwcreatehd 10 10 10 10 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 4 test_r.hdr -r
>produce the same file (according to 'diff'). In FSLView (having changed the name of my IMG file to
>match these HDR files), both yield the same image: an image which apparently has the incorrect
>What am I doing wrong? Thanks.