That seems reasonable, however I would use the matlab CIFTI tools to wrap the 
CIFTI to GIFTI conversion and loading into matlab all in one step:


 on behalf of Mohammadhesam Ahmadian 
Date: Saturday, August 11, 2018 at 5:09 AM
To: "<>" 
Subject: [HCP-Users] HCP_MMP1.0 parcellation of the Resting State fMRI 
FIX-Denoised (Compact) data using workbench.exe

Dear all,

We have already downloaded the data of Resting State fMRI FIX-Denoised 
(Compact) of 100 unrelated subjects. We wanted to do some analysis on these 
data (rfMRI_REST1_LR_Atlas_hp2000_clean.dtseries.nii), so we used the following 
command (for the first session of the first subject):

wb_command.exe -cifti-parcellate 
 COLUMN glasser_100307_s1_parcellation.ptseries.nii

And then we used the following command on the result of the previous command:

-cifti-convert -to-gifti-ext

Which gave a '.gii' output and then read it with the gifti command in Matlab 
and it gave a 360 by 1200 matrix which is dimensionally right, but we were 
wondering if what we have done is correct and has given the correct result.

Thanks in advance,


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