It is not. -qcache is a preprocessing step prior to doing group analysis with QDEC. If you use it, you should only do so after you have finished all the individual analysis (eg, manual edits)


On 4/11/18 10:02 PM, Alexopoulos, Dimitrios wrote:
Is it recommended to use the -qcache flag in the basic recon-all -all command? What does it do and what are the advantage of using it?

Jim

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