Thank you for taking time to help me!
I would like to incorporate coregistration into my existing automated
process without having to pause, manually load .mat files for
coregistration, hit "Run" on SPM GUI, wait, then go on with the rest of the
I have already written a Matlab script which generates the .mat file for
each patient's coregistration. But I have to "LOAD" the .mat files manually
on SPM GUI and hit "RUN". Is there a Matlab command (or a set of them)
which uses the .mat files and runs coregistration automatically within the
Matlab command line environment?
Please let me know if my question is yet clear.
From: Geoffrey Tan [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Tuesday, April 10, 2007 12:30 PM
To: Lu Xu
Subject: Re: [SPM] use coreg .mat file with command line?
I don't really understand your question. What do you mean by utilise?
Perhaps if you explain what you do in the GUI for one image, I can help.
Lu Xu wrote:
> Hi, SPM-ers,
> I am trying to set up batch processing of coregistration for many
> patients. I have generated .mat files (with coreg options and image
> file specifications) for each patient. Is there a way to utilize
> these .mat files within Matlab command line window, instead of
> manually clicking on the GUI?