```This depends on the order that you want to perform the operations.  In most
cases, it can be easier to use the Display button to try different operations
by trial and error.  Once you have a suitable set of parameters, then
clicking on the "Reorient images" button will allow you to select which
images you plan to reorient.

Once you have the correct values, then you can put them in a vector and
compute a matrix that can be used to reorient your images, like so:

p = [0 0 0  -pi/2 pi/2 0  1 1 1  0 0 0];
M = spm_matrix(p)

It is worth noting that the order of rotations matters.  For example, the two
following matrices (M1 and M2) differ:

r1 = [0 0 0  -pi/2 0 0  1 1 1  0 0 0];
r2 = [0 0 0   0 pi/2 0  1 1 1  0 0 0];
M1 = spm_matrix(r1)*spm_matrix(r2)
M2 = spm_matrix(r2)*spm_matrix(r1)

Another way to do it is to figure out which directions you want to swap
around, and simply enter 1s and -1s in the appropriate places.  However, if
you do this, it is a good idea to check out whether it is going to flip your
data by:

det(M)

This indicates the relative volume change incurred by the transform, and a
negative value would indicate a flip.

Best regards,
-John

On Friday 25 July 2008 08:45, Armin Blickenstorfer wrote:
> Dear community
>
> I would like to reorient the T1 images of my subjects with following
> rotations: -pi/2 along pitch axis and pi/2 along roll axis
> Attached you see the reorientation matrix displying a L-R flip. How do I
> change the parameters to get the reorientation I would like to achieve?
>
> Thank you
>
> Armin Blickenstorfer
> PhD Student
>