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opening SCN file in MATLAB

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lin ai
lin ai on 26 Oct 2020
Commented: Joseph Chen on 12 Apr 2021 at 20:06
I have downloaded the Bio-Formats zipped folder bfmatlab and unzipped on my MATLAB path. But I still can't use function bfopen().The error information as pictures.
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 26 Oct 2020
I would experiment with renaming the file so that it did not have periods in the name except before scn

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Priysha LNU
Priysha LNU on 28 Oct 2020
Hi,
Please check the version of the Bio-Formats library being used by the following command:
disp(char(loci.formats.FormatTools.VERSION))
If this results in the following isse,
Undefined variable "loci" or class "loci.formats.FormatTools.VERSION".
then the Bio-Formats JARs are not on the Java classpath. If you have downloaded the latest Bio-Formats MATLAB toolbox, you should be able to put these JARs on the classpath and return the version of the library via:
[status,version] = bfCheckJavaPath()
Having performed these operations, please try re-running the toolbox function:
data = bfopen('<filename>.scn');
If there is still an error, please consider renaming the '.scn' file to a string which does not contain any characters (.,/?<>:;'"*&^%$#@<space>) and try re-rerunning the command.
DISCLAIMER: These are my own views and in no way depict those of MathWorks.
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Joseph Chen
Joseph Chen on 12 Apr 2021 at 20:06
I know this is months later, but it looks to me like the issue is that you named your file "try. scn" with a space after the period, instead of "try.scn" without a space.

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