Look at the parameters that a Tractogram object can have data_per_point and per_streamline. You can then save these data as independent arrays and reconstruct the Tractogram on load.
Hi all! I'm a fairly new user of dipy, and I've been doing some playing around with the HARDI labeled dataset accessible via dipy.data.read_stanford_labels(). I saw that this is relabeled, such that white matter voxels have the label 1 or 2, regardless of what labels freesurfer originally gave them. I was wondering if it is possible to gain access to the original freesurfer labels for these voxels, however they were reduced from the original aparc+aseg file? Then I could delineate different white matter regions according to that parcellation. Thanks in advance for the help!
And don't forget to save the streamlines too. From them Tractogram.streamlines you will need the data, offsets and lengths arrays to be saved in the NPZ (numpy compressed) format. It's an idea. Let me know if you try it. Right now we are busy with the upcoming release but building a tutorial with these issues and updating the DPY format should be an easy and fun project.
@haehn issue added here nipy/dipy#1936 and targeted for release 1.1 aimed in October.
Thank you so much @Garyfallidis ! I will follow the DPY issue and also try the NPZ.. then I will compare file size against the TRK and VTP formats.
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Hello, I am trying to implement Python code when given the names and GPS positions of 750 people (latitude, longitude and elevation) to find the names of the 10 closest neighbors of a randomly selected individual.
This is not the right channel for this question @CasaMofoekengMo_twitter but hey you can google KNN and python I am sure they will be many solutions available. Best of luck.
I wonder if the dipy CSA implementation supports multiple b values. Many thanks!
Hi all, could someone give me an hand ?
see that: import dipy print(dipy.version) >>>> 1.0.0 It's ok but
import dipy.viz import window, actor >>>>Gives an error, I just wondering why ? File "<ipython-input-61-930dc3d62dde>", line 6 import dipy.viz import window, actor ^ SyntaxError: invalid syntax
@portokalh it will give reasonable result. Like an average ODF from the different shells. Make sure the shells are all spherical.
@romainviard from dipy.viz import window, actor
@Garyfallidis Sorry I made an mistake when I wrote on gitter..."from dipy.viz import window, actor " didn't work on dipy1.0.0 (python 3) but works on dipy 0.14.0 (python 2.7), Do you confirm that it should work with the last version of dipy ? Thanks you