after moving my files to several different paths in the last years I now
use the MSDOS command 'subst'. This just specifies a virtual drive for
your actual path. So I can leave the spm.mat unchanged and just
'pretend' that all files are still in their original path/drive.
maybe this helps: http://www.computerhope.com/substhlp.htm
Roman Rodionov schrieb:
> Dear SPMers,
> Here is the situation:
> The path to all files (including the analysed images) was changed but the
> SPM.mat was not upadted accordingly. Reviewing the results was of course not
> Using two different scripts (wfu_moveSPM and spm_change_paths) posted in the
> List to update the paths didn't change the situation. The error message is
> "Bad image handle dimensions".
> Changing paths in SPM.xCon didn't help either.
> What could be the reason?
> Recreating is not an option - there are too many SPM.mat.
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