I’ve added the ability to read a few extra header fields and to work with a newer obj version to
this script myself (attached). These scripts will give you header information of the obj file as well as an “object map”. Depending on what you whish to do, this may be enough. You can use them to write your own Nifti images (e.g. with spm_write_vol), but
you will have to provide the missing Nifti header/volume info, which may not be trivial. You may be able to copy the header info from the files you used to create these drawings in Analyze, though it may not be 100% correct.
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On Behalf Of Adriana Roca Sent: 18 June 2015 11:34 To:[log in to unmask] Subject: [SPM] Unix executable files. And .obj conversion in .nii
I am trying to open files which are object maps drew in Analyze software in Windows in my Mac. After
the file transference, they appear as “unix executable files”, which means that my computer doesn’t know what extension is it, means that it can’t even recognise the files.
I would like to open these files in my Mac and then, convert the .obj from analyse in .nii. Does anyone know how can I do to make visible this files on my Mac, and how to convert
.obj from Analyze in .nii (if it were possible)?