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Dec 7, 2017  05:12 AM
Alfonso Nieto-Castanon
McGovern Institute for Brain Research. MIT
RE: Update:
Hi Philipp,

Could you please provide a bit more information about what "did not start loading the functional images" mean? Do you get any particular error messages or does CONN just hangs/takes-forever? at what step in the processing stream exactly? If you are running things remotely in your cluster then look at the cluster log for any error messages (e.g. in conn_*.qlog/[date]/*.stderr or *.stdout), or, if you are running things locally on your computer, then simply look in Matlab command-line or in the error message GUI that pops up (if any) for a detailed description of the error message. 

Best
Alfonso
Originally posted by Philipp Riedel:
I ran the CONN setup on a high-performance computer. The COON toolbox again did not start loading the functional images. When trying to open the NIfTI files in MRIcron I received the error message "Error in reading NIfTI header: the headers need to be at least 348 bytes.". I checked the header with load_untouch_nii.m and it looked fine. Opening the functional images with Mango viewer worked well.

So, could it be the case that CONN has the same issue with the functional images as MRIcron viewer? Is there any chance to fix this?

Best,
Philipp
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Failure to import large amount multiband dataPhilipp RiedelDec 1, 2017
      Update:Philipp RiedelDec 6, 2017
            RE: Update:Alfonso Nieto-CastanonDec 7, 2017
                  RE: Update:Philipp RiedelDec 15, 2017
      Update II:Philipp RiedelDec 7, 2017