Counterintuitively, you may find that flipud works. This is because the Matlab expression uses up/down and left/right to refer to dimensions in a matrix, which don’t have to correspond with the image.
On Thu, 7 Jul 2011 15:46:14 +0200, Emilia Lentini <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>I want to do a full-factorial analysis with 3 groups (both flipped and non
> I have tried to use display to flip the image and then reslice.
>But when I do the reslice, the image is not exactly the same after (the
>intensity have changed).
> So, should I use Imcalc instead?
>I have tried to write in Imcalc; expression: FLIPLR(X), but the image
>becomes flipped in all 3 dimensions (not just LR)
>How should I use Imcalc to do LRflip of images?
>Or is there a better way to flip the image so the image information is still
>the same (and I can use the images in the same analysis as the non flipped