I used the compiled Mex file you linked last week and it works well on
spm12 on Matlab2016b
on Mac Sierra.
Thank you for your help.
----- Original Message -----
> Dear TI,
> Thanks for the feedback. Which version of SPM12 are you using with
> R2016b? The one unmodified from the SPM website, or do you also use
> compiled MEX files from here:
> If there are other macOS SPM12 users with R2017a, I would be curious
> hear from them as I would like this to be sorted out before the next
> SPM12 update and we are limited by the number of MATLAB x macOS
> combinations we can test.
> Best regards,
> On 10/04/17 15:28, [log in to unmask] wrote:
> > Dear Guillaume
> > Thank you very much for your kind advice.
> > Now slice timing correction works successfully
> > on spm12 on Matlab 2016b.
> > Thank you again.
> > Best
> > TI
> > ----- Original Message -----
> >> Dear T.I,
> >> I assume you are using the SPM12 MEX files from the download link I
> > gave
> >> you last week, right?
> >> I do not manage to reproduce the error with MATLAB R2017a, but I
> >> use an older version of OS X (10.9.5).
> >> Could you try compiling the MEX files yourself following the
> >> instructions given here:
> >> https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/SPM/Installation_on_64bit_Mac_OS_%28Intel%29#Compilation
> >> Otherwise, any chance you could use any older version of MATLAB,
> >> time we figure out a robust way to provide compiled MEX files for
> >> that will run on various OS and MATLAB versions.
> >> A quick search shows it seems to be a widespread issue:
> >> https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/gurobi/XEkbyEafTIE
> >> http://ask.cvxr.com/t/cvx-failed-on-my-mac/4020
> >> http://www.dynare.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=14705
> >> Best regards,
> >> Guillaume.
> >> On 09/04/17 12:25, TI wrote:
> >>> Dear experts.
> >>> Slice timing correction to fMRI data on SPM12 does not work
> > successfully.
> >>> (on SPM12 Matlab2017a Mac OSX Sierra version10.12)
> >>> I will show some parts of displayed error messages to the attached
> > png file.
> >>> (The messages are too long to show all.)
> >>> I would think this error would be due to fundamental mistakes.
> >>> Would you please let me know the cause of the error?
> >>> Best
> >>> T.I
> >> --
> >> Guillaume Flandin, PhD
> >> Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging
> >> University College London
> >> 12 Queen Square
> >> London WC1N 3BG
> Guillaume Flandin, PhD
> Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging
> University College London
> 12 Queen Square
> London WC1N 3BG