Resampling a "low" resolution image at a higher resolution will will not
bring in any information but only create a larger image (in terms of
number of voxels). There isn't thus much point in resampling and writing
on disk the SPM template at .77x.77x.77mm^3...
Beside you can always sample value in an image at any location(s), the
value at coordinates between voxel centres will be interpolated (various
scheme possible here).
Le 16/08/2011 18:11, Rebecca Lawson a écrit :
> I'd like to be able to reslice some of the spm template images to
> higher resolutions (for example, to reslice the grey matter template
> to .77x.77x.77mm). I have high resolution structural and functional
> images and I am trying to improve normalisation using dartel. I'd like
> some of the spm templates to match the resolution of my images so that
> the resulting normalised images have their resolutions preserved.
> Can anyone advise on how to reslice images to a different isotropic
> Thanks in advance.