Dear Dr Lasso,
When I apply the solution suggested by @muratmaga, to create different nodes for different curves and copy paste each one of them into a new blank curve node that I can export, I get the fcsv file here below. But I had to manually delete redundant landmarks : in node1, I have lmk1- 8semilmks - lmk2 and in node2 I have lmk2 - 8 semilmk - lmk3.
I have to place lmk2 in both nodes to get evenly spaced point between the two fixed lmks in each case.
It is of course feasible like that, and having a right-click menu action allowing exporting all markup nodes in a subject hierarchy folder into a single file would avoid the last step of copy paste all separate node into another single blank node.
The ideal for what I want to do would be to be able to directly place fixed landmarks (fiducial markups) and open curves into the same node, so I don’t have to delete redundant lmks AND I have a single file including all markups from 1 specimen.
and then have an option to export data from multiple specimens into a single file (.dta or .pts ?).
That would be ideal, but I can get to this result manually (just requires more clicking and format conversion…)
Thanks a lot for your help with this!
Markups fiducial file version = 4.11
CoordinateSystem = LPS
columns = id,x,y,z,ow,ox,oy,oz,vis,sel,lock,label,desc,associatedNodeID