kandi X-RAY | nipype Summary
kandi X-RAY | nipype Summary
Workflows and interfaces for neuroimaging packages
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Generates a GantT TantT plot
- Create event dictionary
- Calculate the time series for a given resource
- Generates HTML lines for a time series
- Build rst file
- Connect the workflow to the workflow
- Return the relative path from start to start
- Print crash files matching regex
- Return True if text contains doctest
- Run the interface
- Connect to the workflow
- Run nifti1
- Run the optimizer
- Send all pending jobs to all workers
- Send all the pending jobs to the workers
- List the output files
- List outputs
- Run the simulation
- Run the CFFlib
- List all outputs in s3 bucket
- Make the command line for matlab
- Run the network interface
- Submit the graph
- Submit a graph to SGE
- Generate matlab script
- Lists the outputs
- Parse inputs
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Trending Discussions on nipype
I have a command nipype.interface.afni.Warp which gives me the following python terminal output:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Sep-20 at 19:49
I think your command-line arguments to
python3 are incorrect in Python's
Popen call. With
I have the following Singularity container recipe:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-May-09 at 17:52
The issue comes down to the way you are activating the environment. Normally, you would do:
I am using networkX to generate a tree structure as follows (I am following the answer of this question)....
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Jan-22 at 17:08
I think this issue was solved on networkx 2.x, but before that you should be explicit import of the function like this.
I essentially have a suite of python packages, binaries, and other programs requiring constant updates and I wanted to see if I could create a crontab entry that would run a BASH script that basically just runs these updates monthly. I have successfully created a crontab entry that calls a shorter test script I wrote for this purpose. The script is not the issue but it is as follows if it helps answer the question, which I doubt....
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Dec-28 at 06:57
crontab(5) entries describe commands to be run periodically (or, with
@reboot at boot time). These commands are interpreted by
/bin/sh (the POSIX shell, see sh(1p)...) with a prior substitution of the
Notice that these commands are running in a different environment (see environ(7)...) than your interactive shell has. Hence, you may need to set your
PATH variable (and perhaps other environment variables, such as
LD_LIBRARY_PATH if you need it) explicitly in your
auto_package_updater.sh shell script (instead of
source /Users/mycomputer/.bash_profile which smells really bad ...) .
is that cron will crash if it gets to a point where it needs input,
No, cron(8) is a daemon -started by init or systemd at boot time- and does not crash (unless you got hit by a bug in
cron itself, which is very unlikely). It always runs (and if you crash it -which is highly unlikely, you cannot run any
crontab job afterwards). What could happen is that your particular cron job is blocked ...
Is there a way I can automate the process of inputting 'y'?
You could consider using yes(1) (which emits a potentially infinite stream of
y lines) and pipe its output (see pipe(7)). For example, if
pip install --upgrade nibabel nipype could want many
y you might put in your shell script:
I need to perform brain extraction on .nii images. I am using Anaconda on Windows 10 and have an environment based on Python 3.5.4. On Nipype I found the BET from FSL and I followed the code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Nov-23 at 01:31
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use nipype like any standard Python library. You will need to make sure that you have a development environment consisting of a Python distribution including header files, a compiler, pip, and git installed. Make sure that your pip, setuptools, and wheel are up to date. When using pip it is generally recommended to install packages in a virtual environment to avoid changes to the system.
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