help > RE: auto-recovery function for lost conn_*.mat projects
Aug 13, 2019  09:08 PM | Pravesh Parekh - National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences
RE: auto-recovery function for lost conn_*.mat projects
Hi Isadora,

I can think of two ways to solve this:

1. Use the command line to quickly create a batch variable containing all the files and ROIs and then import these into Conn; then just choose "skip already processed subjects" and hopefully you will reach all the way to second level without having to redo any steps.

2. Perhaps you could create a new Conn project and assign files and ROIs. Then in the background, copy all the files from your already existing results folder into the new results folder. Then, as in option 1, tell Conn to skip already processed subjects.

Note that I have not tried out either of these approaches. It is quite possible that simpler approaches exist.

Hope this helps


Originally posted by Isadora Olive:
Hello all!

I have a fully processed conn_project up to the first level results, but the conn_*.mat somehow disappeared. 

I saw in a past post from 2016 that Alfonso mentions the existence of a couple of `auto-recovery functions` in these cases - which ones exactly?

Alternatively, is it possible to import all computed first-level files and then finalize the second-level analysis? I`ve tried to do it, but conn seems not to allow skipping intermediary steps such as set-up, denoising, etc.

Thank you for your help,

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Isadora Olive Aug 13, 2019
RE: auto-recovery function for lost conn_*.mat projects
Pravesh Parekh Aug 13, 2019