Re: [caret-users] crash of X KDE session

2006-11-30 Thread marco tettamanti
Hi John and Donna, I tried both of your methods, but unfortunately none solved my problem... I have tried to rename the file .fonts.conf, alone and, following the thread between Roland and you, together with .fonts.cache-1 and .fontconfig/ I also tried running Donna's script sh

Re: [caret-users] distance from a node

2006-11-30 Thread Mateus Joffily
Hi David, Thanks for your reply. I asked for this capability because I am trying to perform a spherical registration. Many landmarks are defined as starting and terminating at a certain distance from an anatomical reference point. I thought that a tool, which allows the user to enter a

[caret-users] projecting PALS-B12 atlas into individual brain

2006-11-30 Thread Mateus Joffily
Hi, I have concluded the spherical registration of one individual surface into PALS-B12. Three spec files have been created: (1) Human.Isa.R.spec (original spec file); (2) deformed_Human.PALS_B12.LR.REGISTER-with-INDIVIDUAL.73730.spec; (3) deformed_Human.Isa.R.spec; Could you, please,

Re: [caret-users] Spherical registration

2006-11-30 Thread Mateus Joffily
Hi, In the 'Caret5 Tutorial', during the spherical registration procedure, it is instructed to use the 'Human to Human' standard parameters (in Surface: Deformation: Run Spherical Surface Deformation: Spherical Parameters: Set Parameters). However, in Erin's cheat sheet, it is instructed to

Re: [caret-users] distance from a node

2006-11-30 Thread Donna Dierker
Oh! That's ridiculously easy. Those reference distances are in mm on the inflated (except for the staring sylvian, which is relative to the flat surface). You click one node on, say, the occipital pole; then you click a border point along the calcarine you guesstimate is about 24mm from the

Re: [caret-users] crash of X KDE session

2006-11-30 Thread Donna Dierker
Marco, Does the problem occur when you use File: Open Volume Anatomy (or functional) File to open the same file? If so, does it occur if you convert the file to NIfTI and/or AFNI? I'm guessing it will (e.g., suggesting a display issue, rather than a file I/O issue), but it helps to be

Re: [caret-users] projecting PALS-B12 atlas into individual brain

2006-11-30 Thread Donna Dierker
On 11/30/2006 08:34 AM, Mateus Joffily wrote: Hi, I have concluded the spherical registration of one individual surface into PALS-B12. Three spec files have been created: (1) Human.Isa.R.spec (original spec file); (2) deformed_Human.PALS_B12.LR.REGISTER-with-INDIVIDUAL.73730.spec; (3)

Re: [caret-users] Spherical registration

2006-11-30 Thread Donna Dierker
Here is the pecking order (believe in this order): Landmark page (http://brainvis.wustl.edu/help/landmarks_core6/landmarks_core6.html) Cheat sheet Tutorial On 11/30/2006 09:00 AM, Mateus Joffily wrote: Hi, In the 'Caret5 Tutorial', during the spherical registration procedure, it is

Re: [caret-users] distance from a node

2006-11-30 Thread Mateus Joffily
Hi Donna, That's exactly what I did (although, there are some details in your example that I didn't understand well, see below). But, instead of keep going forth and back selecting nodes and subtracting their coordinates values (I had to do it quite often), I was wondering if there was not an

Re: [caret-users] distance from a node

2006-11-30 Thread Donna Dierker
Come to think of it, I would benefit from that utility, too.;-) Even better would be an accurate, automated border drawing utility. Kidding aside, we recognize this is a highly desirable enhancement, but pretty tough to deliver right now. John Harwell has added some caret_command features

Re: [caret-users] distance from a node

2006-11-30 Thread Mateus Joffily
I already started having fun with Caret! ;-) Thank you very much Donna Dierker wrote: Come to think of it, I would benefit from that utility, too.;-) Even better would be an accurate, automated border drawing utility. Kidding aside, we recognize this is a highly desirable enhancement, but