[Index for export/lyngby]
lyngby_ui_loadfile - Opens a window for specifying file parameters
This function controls the user interface for the setup of
the file loading parameters. The function is automatically
called when the user presses the 'Load new data ...' button in
the main window. The actual load is handle by lyngby_getdata
and the functions that lyngby_getdata uses.
The window is used to specify which data files to load and how
they are to be read. It also defines how the data is
associated with masks to remove transient scans, non-brain
voxels and specification of a region of interest.
The initial settings of this window are as defined in the
'data_init.m' file that you may have written to be kept
alongside your dataset. This could then be used to
pre-configure your load options, so that you only need to
press the 'Load' button to start loading your data. Entries in
this window (and hence also in the data_init.m file) will take
precedence over the header files. If you want to re-read
the data_init.m file at any point, select 'Re-read Defaults'
from the pull-down Options menu.
Use the top-left pane to select the data files and the correct
loading format. Then you can use the 'Try to setup' button
to attempt a probe of the header files for the chosen
format. Make any alterations to the required fields, and then
press the 'Apply' button to fix the changes. The entries in
the fields in this window will take precedence over the header
fields, allowing you to correct for corrupted headers. Then
use the lower right-hand pane to define the external masks on
the data. Once this has been done, press the 'Load Data'
button at the bottom, and the window will close and the data
will start to be loaded, with the progress displayed in the
status line of the main window.
See also LYNGBY, LYNGBY_GETDATA, LYNGBY_UI_MAIN,
$Id: lyngby_ui_loadfile.m,v 1.50 2004/03/08 11:59:36 fnielsen Exp $
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