Please complete the form below, upload data derivatives files and optionally select any invariants to be computed.
The example buildsubj.py can be used as follows from a terminal session:
python buildsubj.py \ http://openconnecto.me/graph-services/buildgraph/PROJECT/SITE/SUBJECT/SESSION/SCAN_ID/s \ FIBER.dat email@example.com -a ATLAS.nii -i cc tri ss1 mad deg eig
The parameter directly after SCAN_ID can either be
-a atlas is optional. If not selected the
Desikan atlas is used by default.
small builds a small graph 70 vertices while
big builds a big graph on the order of 100 milion vertices.
The particular invocation above would build a small graph and compute all invariants currently available. A list of invariant contractions is available below. The result of buildsubj.py is either an error or success message. Simply wait for an email response with the download url. We recommend starting a tmux or screen session in case your upload time is lengthy.
-iare simply appended to the final url in buildsubj.py. The options available must be in a comma separated list and are as follows:
ss1for the Scan Statistic 1
trifor the Triangle Count
ccfor the Clustering Coefficient
madfor the Maximum Average Degree
degfor The Local Degree Count
eigfor the Top-k (100 or maximum available/computable) eigenvectors and eigenvalues
The terms big/small graph are particularly relevant to fiber streamline graphs.
Small graphs have 70 vertices and up to thousands of edges, whereas
Big graphs can be in the millions of vertices and 100s of millions of edges.