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processing_stream_-_scripted [2010/06/09 23:09]
jochen added link/reference to MDM::ComputeGLM
processing_stream_-_scripted [2010/06/17 21:42]
jochen added info about crontab man page
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   * local folder and knowledge about desired structure   * local folder and knowledge about desired structure
   * onsets in a tabular structure where one column codes the subject and negative differences between onset times code the run separation (for an example, see below)   * onsets in a tabular structure where one column codes the subject and negative differences between onset times code the run separation (for an example, see below)
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 +The scripts presented on this page can be downloaded (click on the filename in the tab above the script), and for bash scripts, please use the following command to make them executable:
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 +<code bash>​chmod 755 SCANUnit_TASK_script.bash</​code>​
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 +To allow all users to execute the scripts, simply place them into a non-personal folder (e.g. /​usr/​local/​bin).
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 +For Matlab scripts, simply make sure they are located on your Matlab path.
  
 ===== Sub components ===== ===== Sub components =====
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 <file - rsync_crontab_snip.txt>​30 2 * * * /​usr/​bin/​rsync -aut /​Users/​XXX/​Desktop/​CPU /​Volumes/​CPU/​ImagingData</​file>​ <file - rsync_crontab_snip.txt>​30 2 * * * /​usr/​bin/​rsync -aut /​Users/​XXX/​Desktop/​CPU /​Volumes/​CPU/​ImagingData</​file>​
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 +To look up the help of crontab, enter ''​man 5 crontab''​ in the Terminal.
  
 **Note: On MacOSX to ensure that the backuping volume is always available, add it to the user's startup items list in System Preferences,​ and store the password to that network volume in your keychain!** **Note: On MacOSX to ensure that the backuping volume is always available, add it to the user's startup items list in System Preferences,​ and store the password to that network volume in your keychain!**
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