Did you manage to run tbss_3_postreg on the same data? It should have
taken more or less he same amount of RAM as tbss_non_FA...
I suppose you could split your group into 3 parts for tbss_non_FA. For
each subgroup, tbss_non_FA will produce a file called
These files should be less memory demanding than the all_<something>
files, so you should be able to merge them afterwards when you get to
doing the stats.
On 16 Mar 2009, at 16:03, Eddy D.L. wrote:
> Hi Saad,
> I have a question for the implementation of the template (argument
> of last
> I will work with a single machines with 60 patients study, I had try
> with 20
> patients study and computer crash in tbss_non_FA step, because it
> loads all
> study in same time into RAM memory. Can I subdivide the work in
> steps, for es. 6 steps with 10 patients study, in fine work with
> results, for reconstruction FA,L1,L2,L3,V1,V2,V3?
> note: I work wit FMRIB58_FA target in tbss_2_reg process! I used it
> in each
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