[Neuroimaging] Upcoming nibabel bug fix release
davmazo at gmail.com
Mon Nov 9 05:48:44 EST 2015
Sound that new python version is not totally compatible with nibabel. My
question is, it is possible to parse Cifti files from HCP using older
version of Python? I found very complicated to resolve this task of extract
connectome data from those files, not even with Matlab R2015b
(22.214.171.1247246) library fieldtrip is not working properly.
Someone has a different technique to extract connectome matrix from
On Sun, Nov 8, 2015 at 3:43 PM, Christopher J Markiewicz <effigies at bu.edu>
> Hi all,
> Python 3.5, numpy 1.10, and the upcoming pydicom 1.0 are all taking the
> opportunity to break nibabel in little ways, so it seems like a good
> time to push out a bug-fix release (v2.0.2).
> Since 2.0.1, a lot of effort has gone into rearchitecting, and we (by
> which I mostly mean Ben Cipollini) are plugging along toward cleanly
> integrated Gifti and Cifti support. For simplicity, I'll be leaving that
> work out of the current release so that all of the relevant changes can
> be released at once.
> I'm doing the preparation work for 2.0.2 in GitHub issue 377
> (https://github.com/nipy/nibabel/pull/377), so I'd appreciate as many
> eyes on it as can be spared. In particular, if there's a bug fix that
> I've failed to include, or if you have a bug to report, please let us know.
> There is one outstanding bug - breaking the Python 2.7 build on 32-bit
> Windows - that I would like to resolve before release, if anybody has
> thoughts: https://github.com/nipy/nibabel/pull/367
> Christopher J Markiewicz
> Ph.D. Candidate, Quantitative Neuroscience Laboratory
> Boston University
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