Images must be written out flipped, so that a voxel in one image
corresponds to the same voxel in all the other images. They can not
simply be flipped according to their headers, as the voxels themselves
do not correspond. You can use the reslice only option of Coreg in
order to generate resliced versions of your flipped images.
On 12 July 2011 11:54, Emilia Lentini <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I want to do statistics with both flip and non-flipped images.
> I have flip the images in both fsl and spm.
> But I get the following error message when I try to run the analysis (both
> when I try to use flipped images from fsl or from spm):
> "Error running job: Error using ==> spm_check_orientations
> The orientation etc must be identical for this procedure"
> Can I correct this error without using reslice on the flipped images?
> And if I have to use reslice, can someone explain what actually happens to
> the images that I use reslice on?
> Best regards