Tom Holroyd (NIH/NIMH) [E]
tomh at KURAGE.NIMH.NIH.GOV
Mon Mar 13 16:42:43 CET 2006
Is it a newer format .mri file? They can have a variable length. If you look in the File menu there's a place where you can re-save it as a v2 format file which is flat.
Marie Smith wrote:
> I am trying to load CTF .mri files using the read_ctf_mri function. The
> function fails when the reshape function is called. Having checked the
> contents of mri at this point they do not total 256*256*256 elements,
> but some smaller number (256*256*255.39). Could anyone suggest why this
> would be the case?
> Marie Smith
> %%% Error message
> To RESHAPE the number of elements must not change.
> Error in ==> read_ctf_mri at 103
> mri = reshape(mri, [256 256 256]);
Tom Holroyd, Ph.D.
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