I try to use DPARSF for the first time and I get the following error message:
If you think DPARSFA is useful for your work, citing it in your paper would be greatly appreciated.
Something like "... The preprocessing was carried out by using Data Processing Assistant for Resting-State fMRI (DPARSF) (Yan & Zang, 2010, http://www.restfmri.net) which is based on Statistical Parametric Mapping (SPM8) (http://www.fil.ion.ucl.ac.uk/spm) and Resting-State fMRI Data Analysis Toolkit (REST, Song et al., 2011. http://www.restfmri.net)..."
Reference: Yan C and Zang Y (2010) DPARSF: a MATLAB toolbox for "pipeline" data analysis of resting-state fMRI. Front. Syst. Neurosci. 4:13. doi:10.3389/fnsys.2010.00013; Song, X.W., Dong, Z.Y., Long, X.Y., Li, S.F., Zuo, X.N., Zhu, C.Z., He, Y., Yan, C.G., Zang, Y.F., 2011. REST: A Toolkit for Resting-State Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Data Processing. PLoS ONE 6, e25031.
Warning: Directory already exists.
> In DPARSFA_run at 177
In DPARSFA>pushbuttonRun_Callback at 1133
In gui_mainfcn at 96
In DPARSFA at 31
Chris Rorden's dcm2nii :: 1 April 2010
reading preferences file C:\Promotion\Programme und Paradigmen\SPM\DPARSF_V2.1_120101\dcm2nii\dcm2nii.ini
reading preferences file DCM2NII.INI
0 C:\Promotion\Programme und Paradigmen\SPM\DPARSF_V2.1_120101\dcm2nii\dcm2nii.exe ERROR: unable to find fMRT\MRT-Daten\SPM Auswertung\Analysis\FunImg\dTMS1 C:\Promotion\Laufende_Studien\dTMS fMRT\MRT-Daten\SPM Auswertung\Analysis\FunRaw\dTMS1\1.dcm
Either drag and drop or specify command line options:
-a Anonymize [remove identifying information]: Y,N = Y
-b load settings from specified inifile, e.g. '-b C:\set\t1.ini'
-c Collapse input folders: Y,N = N
-d Date in filename [filename.dcm -> 20061230122032.nii]: Y,N = Y
-e events (series/acq) in filename [filename.dcm -> s002a003.nii]: Y,N = Y
-f Source filename [e.g. filename.par -> filename.nii]: Y,N = N
-g gzip output, filename.nii.gz [ignored if '-n n']: Y,N = N
-i ID in filename [filename.dcm -> johndoe.nii]: Y,N = Y
-n output .nii file [if no, create .hdr/.img pair]: Y,N = N
-o Output Directory, e.g. 'C:\TEMP' (if unspecified, source directory is used)
-p Protocol in filename [filename.dcm -> TFE_T1.nii]: Y,N = Y
-r Reorient image to nearest orthogonal: Y,N
-s SPM2/Analyze not SPM5/NIfTI [ignored if '-n y']: Y,N = N
-v Convert every image in the directory: Y,N = Y
-x Reorient and crop 3D NIfTI images: Y,N = N
You can also set defaults by editing DCM2NII.INI
EXAMPLE: dcm2nii -a y -o C:\TEMP C:\DICOM\input1.p>>
The DICOM files are in the specified directory but obviously they are not recognized. Does anyone know what might cause this problem?