there is a dedicated function for this, called spm_changepath.m. You can
call it interactively but you can also script it for larger collections.
Kevin Aquino wrote:
> Hi all,
> Is there a migration tool to move a set of spm analyses onto another
> machine? -- My path names in the spm.mat file point to data in a
> different location.
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