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 The recommended way of working with 4D-Neuroimaging/​BTi data is to work on the raw data files directly. The code for reading header information from the raw files is based on Eugene Kronberg'​s msi2matlab tools, and have been further developed by Gavin Paterson and Jan-Mathijs Schoffelen, at CCNi.  The recommended way of working with 4D-Neuroimaging/​BTi data is to work on the raw data files directly. The code for reading header information from the raw files is based on Eugene Kronberg'​s msi2matlab tools, and have been further developed by Gavin Paterson and Jan-Mathijs Schoffelen, at CCNi. 
  
-Alternatively,​ you can work with 4D-Neuroimaging/​BTi data using intermediate ASCII files (.m4d and .xyz), created with "pdf2set", which is a c-program linked to the 4D libraries. This "pdf2set&​quot; ​program should be available to all 4D-users.+Alternatively,​ you can work with 4D-Neuroimaging/​BTi data using intermediate ASCII files (.m4d and .xyz), created with "pdf2set", which is a c-program linked to the 4D libraries. This "pdf2set" ​program should be available to all 4D-users.
  
 All the required 4D-Neuroimaging/​BTi reading functions for MATLAB are supplied with the FieldTrip toolbox. All the required 4D-Neuroimaging/​BTi reading functions for MATLAB are supplied with the FieldTrip toolbox.
  
 This page explains how to get started reading and using each of the file types in FieldTrip. This page explains how to get started reading and using each of the file types in FieldTrip.
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 ===== Background ===== ===== Background =====