MRUI data format

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  • #2186

    Tamas Borbath
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    Dear MRUI developers,
    I would like to ask you how the data format of the .MRUI files is structured.
    We have some in-house written software in Matlab, and I would like to export some of our data to process it with the nice algorithms included in jMRUI. I would be especially interested in working with TE series spectra in .MRUI format.
    Thanks a lot for your help!
    Regards,
    Tamas

    #2193

    Dominick McIntyre
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    If you’ve downloaded jMRUI, look for the help.htm file in doc/help; the format is documented in there.

    #2194

    Tamas Borbath
    Participant

    Thank you very much. I had deduced the text (.txt) format, because it is human readable. And I couldn’t find first the information suggested in the documentation, since the help did not include this information (I had the version 6.0 beta version installed).
    But because of your comment, I discovered, that the 5.2 stable version has the description of the .MRUI format in the help document, while the version 6.0 does not include this information in the help document. Thanks a lot!

    #2195

    Dominick McIntyre
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    Very welcome! I think there is one field missing from the description: the number of frames in the file, which is at offset 104, straight after the zero pad value.

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