[caret-users] Flattening in Caret
john at brainvis.wustl.edu
Mon Jul 26 08:27:29 CDT 2004
SureFit should have produced a spec file and it should be in the
SURFACES directory. If there is no spec file you will need to create
one in a text editor. You might want to look at an existing spec file
to see how it is formatted. You should be able to create a spec file
containing only the closed topology file and the fiducial coordinate
file and then use open data file for any additional files. Here is an
example of a simple spec file:
john at pulvinar.wustl.edu
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On Jul 25, 2004, at 11:42 AM, Sophie Riches wrote:
> I am having problems trying to flatten my surface in Caret. It was
> generated in SureFit and has been prepared for flattening. It does not
> have any handles.
> I have followed the tutorial on flattening a hemisphere and that
> worked ok. But I am not clear how to to open my files without a .spec
> I assumed that I just do File/Open Data file and open each of the
> different files I need and create a .spec file then.
> But when I try and open any of the .coord files the programs crashes
> and closes. It also does this if I try and open the tutorial .coord
> files which I can open perfectly by opening the associated .spec file.
> How should I be opening them? Is there a particular order to open the
> data files?
> Thank you,
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