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quickie: 'from raw data to tractographies' documentation implies dipy can't do anything with nonisotropic voxel sizes #16

JohnGriffiths opened this Issue Nov 7, 2011 · 1 comment


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JohnGriffiths commented Nov 7, 2011

...which of course it can, at least in terms of non-tractography voxelwise stuff like tensor fitting etc.

In particular this bit:

"Isotropic voxel sizes required

dipy requires its datasets to have isotropic voxel size. If you have datasets with anisotropic voxel size then you need to resample with isotropic voxel size. We have provided an algorithm for this. You can have a look at the example"

You might want to reword it + put it lower down the page in the tractography section. At the moment it appears to say that you can't do anything with nonisotropic voxel sizes.


Garyfallidis added a commit that referenced this issue Jul 10, 2013

Merge pull request #16 from jchoude/reconst_dti_revisited
DOC: Changed the url for the Fibernavigator.

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arokem commented Jan 11, 2014

@Garyfallidis, @JohnGriffiths - is this still an issue? I am not sure.

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