I am looking to replace an existing dMRI segmentation workflow created
using MedINRia with DIPY. While performing fibre tracking with MEdINRIA,
the files .FIB and .INR are written out, corresponding to the defined RoI.
Writing out FIB with DIPY is pretty straight-forward with DIPY but is there
a way to write out the INR files as well. In general, INR file contains the
volume image information representing at each voxel a tensor T containing
full diffusion information which can be then extracted using the
ReadInrTensorData() in MATLAB.
Is there a way to generate this for a streamline object in DIPY? Any help
will be greatly appreciated.
*Development Engineer - Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering
& Automation IPA*
*Doctoral Candidate - University of Stuttgart*
a few comments following yesterday's dev meeting.
As for the GitHub CI, I was curious. I guess this is what Ariel
The YAML mechanism seems very similar to the Microsoft Azure Pipelines.
The page says it is free for open source projects:
As said, ITK moved to Azure Pipelines a while ago and they are very
happy with it.
On the new website, I ignore whether you finally kept the suggestion,
but making all tutorials be folded/unfolded with a button seems very
useful to me.
As for the support channels, until recently I was not aware that there
was a DIPY mailing list separate from the neurostars mailing list/forum.
DIPY has also a gitter room. I'd dare to say that having a centralized
channel for questions (although these days GitHub issues are also used
to post questions, same may happen in twitter, etc.) would ease things
for both users ans maintainers, since "everything" would be kept in
the same site, and searchable. IMHO, discourse (a DIPY-own, separate
from neurostars) is a very nice option for this.
BTW, the new DIPY website looks stunning. Excellent job !