How to resize multiple images nifti?

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Dear all,
I have 75 folder. each folder have 5 set images. each set images have 240x240x155 size.
how to resize all the images (75 x 5 = 375 set images) from 240x240x155 to 100x100x50?

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Shivang Srivastava
Shivang Srivastava on 27 Jul 2022
As per my understanding you want to resize the images present in multiple folders to a new fixed size of 100x100x50.
Since I do not have a sample image of the given dimensions, I will be demonstrating the resizing using a RGB image. You can use the below code to find the images in sub-folders and resize them.
% Find all files present in the parent folder.
currentWorkingDirectory = pwd;
files = dir(currentWorkingDirectory);
% Get a logical vector that tells which is a directory.
dirFlags = [files.isdir];
% Extract only those that are directories.
foldersList = files(dirFlags); % A structure with extra info.
% Get only the folder names into a cell array.
folderNames = {foldersList(3:end).name}; % Start at 3 to skip . and ..
% Make a directory to store the resized images
mkdir resizeImages
for i = 1 : length(folderNames)
folderPath = currentWorkingDirectory + "\" + folderNames{i};
subFolder = dir(folderPath);
dirFlags = [subFolder.isdir];
imageList = subFolder(~dirFlags);
imagesNames = {};
for j = 1 : length(imagesNames)
imgPath = folderPath + "\" + imagesNames{j};
% Read Image
I = imread(imgPath);
% Resize Image
Iresize = imresize(I,[100 100]);
% Write Image to the resize folder.
For using 3-D volumetric intensity image you can use the following functions:
  1. Read using niftiread
  2. Write using niftiwrite
  3. Resize them using imresize3
Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 27 Jul 2022
folderPath = currentWorkingDirectory + "\" + folderNames{i};
That assumes MS Windows. You should instead be using fullfile:
folderPath = fullfile(currentWorkingDirectory, folderNames{i});
Note: of all of the supported operating systems, MS Windows is the only one that permits \ as a directory separator. The actual internal character used by MS Windows is not \ and is instead / -- so for all currently supported operating systems, / can be used. But using fullfile() is more reliable.

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