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Revision as of 15:19, 29 March 2018

Using the CTF DataEditor with a Singularity Container

The current version of the CTF DataEditor tool runs only under CentOS Linux version 6.9. To support the MEG user community, Tom Holroyd has created a Singularity container for CentOS 6.9 and populated the container with the necessary libraries to run the DataEditor tool. This allows MEG users to run the DataEditor tool under the operating system (Windows, Mac OSX, Linux) of their choice.

Singularity is a Operating-system-level virtualization solution where an operating system can host another operating system in an isolated container. To run a Singularity container on your operating system, you need to install the Singularity software for your operating system. There are install packages for the major operating systems from the Singularity website.

Singularity container running CentOS 6.7 with the CTF DataEditor tool
Singularity ctf-6.1.14-beta.img download
Usage: singularity shell --bind /data:/mnt/data ctf-6.1.14-beta.img
where the /data file system holds your CTF data set and mounts under /mnt/data inside the container
MEG Data Analysis

This section covers all aspects of MEG data analysis. The following pages assume that you have AFNI installed and have a reasonably good idea of how to use it.