If spm_create_vol provides a different set of information about
headers from what was in spm_create_vol, then the header will contain
the most recent information.
On 15 February 2011 02:04, cliff <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Does that mean if I use "spm_create_vol" to create headers followed by
> "spm_write_vol" (if it is necessary), then the headers created by
> "spm_create_vol" will be overwrited?
> On Mon, Feb 14, 2011 at 5:32 PM, John Ashburner <[log in to unmask]>
>> spm_write_vol calls spm_create_vol. Sometimes, for example in the
>> fMRI stats, we may wish to create headers but only write out a slice
>> of data at a time (as there is not enough memory to hold all the
>> best regards,
>> On 14 February 2011 22:16, cliff <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> > Hi, all,
>> > I thought before that "spm_create_vol " is used to create the ".hdr"
>> > files
>> > of the images.
>> > However, today I found that "spm_write_vol" can produce both of the
>> > ".hdr"
>> > and ".img" files.
>> > then, what is the "spm_create_vol " exactly used for?
>> > Thanks~
> Senhua Zhu