FSL should currently handle radiological and neurological
data fine, even if it is mixed - although I'd still probably
avoid mixing them if possible.
All the best,
On 10 Mar 2009, at 13:06, Regina Lapate wrote:
> I have a pretty straightforward question that I haven't been able to
> find a
> definite answer to by searching in the documentation of fsl: how
> well does
> fslview and flirt currently handle NIFTI images with a LPI
> (RAS/neurological) orientation?
> I found that for the fsl version 3.3, images in neurological
> were not recommended (cf. http://www.fmrib.ox.ac.uk/fslfaq/#general_lr)
> , but
> is that still the case? I currently have a preprocessed dataset in the
> neurological orientation I would like to run first and second level
> with using fsl. Before converting everything to radiological
> orientation, I
> would like to make sure that this step is actually necessary- or still
> highly recommended.
> Thank you very much for any input.