> GM and WM images generated by the segmentation are usually written as
> uint8. Therefore, the Dartel warped versions are also written as 8
> bit. I do modulated images slightly differently in order to account
> for the wider range of image intensities that may arise from
> multiplying by the Jacobian determinants.
> If the c1*.nii images generated by the segmentation are converted to
> floating point (eg via ImCalc), then the DARTEL warped versions should
> also be floating point.
> Best regards,
> On 1 July 2011 08:40, Claudia Cullell <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> Dear SPM users,
>> Today I realised that spm8 when applying DARTEL flow fields to native
>> space (create warped), turn images with non modulation into int8
>> while modulated images preserve the anterior data type (float32). Any
>> why this happens? I would like to preserve the data type. I would like
>> that my non modulated images remain float32 data type, is it posible?
>> Thank you very much!