What FWHM did you specify for smoothing the source and template images? This
FWHM determines how densely the data are sampled. If it is too dense, then
the algorithm will use too much memory.
Yet another thing on my "to do" list is an update of the spatial normalisation
code. It is pretty ancient now, and could really do with being brought into
the 21st century. If you are spatially normalising anatomical MRI, then I
would strongly suggest using the Segment button (or DARTEL, if you are an
On Tuesday 08 April 2008 16:31, Huiling Peng wrote:
> Dear List,
> I have run out of memory using SPM5 on MAC OS X when I tried to normalize
> two image volumes. The image volume is 256x256x120 (short) for each. The
> default mexmem is 2^20. The RAM of the computer is 8GB. How can it run out
> of memory?
> Any suggestions?