As far as I understand, qform is the prefered way to express orientation
(Method 2 in nifti1.h).
The question is if all FSL routines do not support qform or only fslview
does not use it? Or all other FSL routines work in ijk coordinates so they
do not care about the orientation, it will be the same through out the
Thanks for your clarifications.
On Thu, 21 Oct 2004, David Flitney wrote:
> Okay. Your image has the transform expressed in the NIFTI qform field,
> the section related to scanner coordinates, and at present fslview does
> not know how/when to use this information. In this case fslview behaves
> identically to the older version. We intend to sort this out soon and
> the next version is likely to include proper support for use of this
> Dave Flitney, Computer Manager
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