In the Part 3 of the tutorial there was mention of a sample test 2 i.e. an example kmeans clustering matlab program based on fiber metrics.. Is that going to be released? Thank you!!
There are several files in the "Test" part of the downloads section with .bin extensions (e.g. test_10k.bin).
I haven't found any documentation of what these files are, so I am wondering about that.
I have tried decompressing them in a wide variety of ways, and nothing works. I have also tried renaming as a .trk file, and opening it with TrackVis, but that doesn't work. Can anyone explain what these files are, and how to get the information inside?
When I use matlab pbc provided to read the 'brain1_scan1_fiber_track_mni.trk',the answer is 'Unable to access file brain1_scan1_fiber_track_mni.trk' or
'10 percent fibers processed...
20 percent fibers processed...
Unable to access file brain1_scan1_fiber_track_mni.trk'.
Did someone have the same question？Is that my data downloaded from the Download page is wrong , or the read_trk.m has some errors? Could you give me some advise?
How can I convert .trk datafile to any text file?
how to convert .bin file data?
The data for competition subjects 1, 2, and 3 are available for download below.
Welcome to the download page for PBCC Spring 2009.
Please download the PBC2009 Data Guide (last update March 10, 2009) for details about the data and Please the Submission Manual for details about the submission process.
Packages 1, 2, and 3 provide the complete data structure. The update package will update the previously downloaded packages to the latest release.
The data is provided as a compressed tar file (file extension .tgz).
All files have been archived with a relative path starting from the root folder named PghBC2009.
Extract the files starting from the parent folder of PghBC2009 to recreate the full data tree.
For linux/unix users data can be restored with the following command, where <file>.tgz is the archive downloaded from this page:
> tar xvzf <file>.tgz
Windows users can expand the data using any archiving program that reads .tgz files (e.g., 7-zip).
If you have any questions, please send an email or post to our forum.
We will do our best to address all questions.
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