It is - depending on the precision of your math libraries in the base system
(I suppose it's both linux). Did you run FEEDS (FSL Evaluation and Example
Data Suite) on both systems? What does it say?
"Lützkendorf, Ralf" schrieb am 2009-03-06:
> is there the possibility that there are difference between 32bit and
> 64 core systems if Im using bedpostx?
> I used the newest version of FSL and installed it on two different
> systems. I used bedpostx to estimate the FAs and the dyadics on the
> same data sets.
> At the end, the results were different. Vectors are nearly the some
> but some are a several degrees different, also at the main fibers.
> I hope somebody can help or explain it.
> Ralf Lützkendorf
> Institute for Biometry and Medical Informatics
> University of Magdeburg, Germany
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