> Thank you for the earlier reply. Once I have converted the job to an m
> file, can I specify where the deformation field must me stored? If yes,
> how can I do that.
No, but you could write your script to move the deformation field to wherever
you like, with something like:
feval(['!mv ' filename ' ' some_other_name]);
> On Wed, 2008-07-30 at 20:05 +0100, John Ashburner wrote:
> > If you can code in MATLAB and want to script it, then you could do this
> > by saving the job as a .m file, and modifying this code by changing the
> > filenames in the appropriate field. If you have the "jobs" structure all
> > nicely set up, then it can be run by...
> > spm_jobman('run',jobs)
> > If you're not really a MATLAB programmer, then you'll have to do it with
> > button pressing. This could be easiest if you use the Batch option of
> > the TASKS pulldown, setting up most of a single HDW job. You can then
> > replicate this job and fill in the appropriate filenames afterwards.
> > Best regards,
> > -John
> > On Wednesday 30 July 2008 20:06, Vidya Rajagopalan wrote:
> > > Hello Everyone,
> > >
> > > I am trying to a population of images to one particular target using
> > > HDW in SPM5. Other than uploading the images one by one is it possible
> > > to do this using the batch process option? Specifically, can I mention
> > > the target only once instead of N times?
> > >
> > > Thank you.
> > > Vidya Rajagopalan.
> > > BioImaging Systems Lab
> > > Virginia Tech