Pablo, I'd first check if that depends on using commas as decimal separators. Those numbers in the PCA look huge. Try the English international options.

Even if some of the morphometric programs can deal with different international options, sometimes there are issues, especially when swapping from one software to the other. My general suggestion is to use the English options at least for all GMM analyses.


Cheers

Andrea

On 28/06/17 22:29, Pablo Fisichella wrote:

Dear All

I have a question regarding MorphoJ. I am investigating human skulls using 3D data. I obtained 3D landmarks/semilandamrks in Amira which were exported into R. In R I performed the sliding of semilanmarks (using both minimized bending energy or Procrustes distance). Subsequently, I imported into MorphoJ my data set . I made my analyses PCA, CVA DFA etc. However, when I exported the PCs scores, VC scores or regression residuals to perform scatterplots in a different sofware, Past for instance, I obtained quite extrange scatterplots (with points centered). Here I attach a couple of plots. Maybe some one have experienced the same issue? how I can solve this?. Maybe some one have experienced the same issue? how I can solve this?. Interestingly, when I imported the raw coordinates in MorphoJ derived from Amira in Morphologika format occurs the same thing.

any thought or advice is wellcome

thanks so much

Pablo

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