Use heudiconv heuristics for BIDS curation on flywheel
Heudiconv-Style BIDS curation for Flywheel
Quick Start Guide
As a command line tool:
Download the package from pip with
pip install fw-heudiconv, OR Clone or download this repository to your machine. Use the flag
--dry_run=Trueto test your heuristic.
To curate a dataset on Flywheel into BIDS:
fw-heudiconv-curate --project <MY_PROJECT> --heuristic <MY_HEURISTIC_FILE>
To export the dataset to your machine:
fw-heudiconv-export --project <MY_PROJECT> --path <OUTPUT_DIR>
To list the sequence information for your dataset:
fw-heudiconv-tabulate --project <MY_PROJECT> --path <OUTPUT_PATH>
Flywheel Heudiconvgear installed on your Flywheel instance.
Design your heuristic file and upload it to your project.
Flywheel Heudiconvgear (accessible through
Run Gear -> Analysis Gear), using your heuristic file as the input...
To curate the dataset into BIDS: In the "Gear Configuration" window, type "Curate" in the "Action" field, which will curate the dataset for BIDS. Click the "dry run" button to test your heuristic first (the gear log will print out all the changes without applying them).
To export the dataset into BIDS for downloading to your machine: In the "Gear Configuration" window, type "Export" in the "Action" field, which will leave an exported BIDS dataset in the gear's outputs. Click the "dry run" button to test your output first (the gear log will print out the expected directory structure of an export).
To list the sequence information for your dataset: In the "Gear Configuration" window, type "Tabulate" in the "Action" field, which will leave a sequence info table (.tsv) in the gear's outputs.
See the wiki for more detailed instructions!
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