Thank you very much for your help!
> $B:9=P?M(B: Jesper Andersson <[log in to unmask]>
> $B7oL>(B: Re: How to use .eddy_rotated_bvecs file?
> $BF|IU(B: 2015$BG/(B10$B7n(B27$BF|(B 20:24:49 JST
> Dear Jun,
>> Using new eddy in FSL5.0.9, I got <output_base_name>.eddy_rotated_bvecs file. It appears to be 3 x N matrix, but each value is represented in the form such as 0x1.e7bd9b36bf56cp-3. Is this hexadecimal? Can I feed the file directly into e.g. DTIFIT and Bedpostx?
> yes, it is Hex, but no, you cannot feed it straight into DTIFIT (even though technically speaking the numbers are there). It is a problem that is related to updated libraries on your Mac as part of a change to the C++ standard. If you see it or not will depend on what version of OSX you are on.
> I will send you (off the mailbase) updated versions of the executables that doesn$B!G(Bt have this problem.