actually unfortunately it is not - this is partially my fault - sorry.
Fslview displays the vectors x-flipped and should not, so if you want
to use neurologically ordered data with tractpgraphy, the vectors have
to look *x-flipped* in fslview.
Again, sorry - this will be fixed in the next release.
On 19 Oct 2009, at 18:50, Matt Glasser wrote:
> I think it is probably okay to use Neurologically ordered data with
> these days.
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> Of Alina Jurcoane
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> Subject: [FSL] dti and bvecs
> I have a Siemens DTI dataset which I am converting with mri_convert
> (freesurfer) from dicom to nifti and then fitting the tensors with
> Since mri_convert outputs my data in Neurological orientation,
> despite of
> fsl's warnings about flipping, I have to do fslswapdim and
> fslorient -swaporient in order to see my data properly in FSL. The
> is that tensors are fitted wrongly unless one flips the bvecs
> (outputted by
> freesurfer) as well.
> Does anybody have any better suggestion on how to do convert dicoms
> to nifti
> AND get the right bvecs in one shot?
> Thanks for the help!
> PS...I tried MRIConvert (Jolinda Smith) as well and though
> conversion works
> fine for axially acquired data, that seems not to be the case for