Hi Jim - You can use the --load-pathstats-from-file option, as in the tutorial,
to pass a text file that contains the paths to all the stats files that you
want to include in the table. These can be from multiple subjects and/or tracts.
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For a group analysis, it possible to use ‘tractstats2table’ to generate a
single table that contains all the tracts for multiple subjects?
It’s not intuitively obvious looking at the options with the ‘tractstats2table’
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