Re: [caret-users] CARET Tutorial problem

2017-03-01 Thread David Van Essen
Hello Mucken, 1) You should be able to download this archive by linking to http://brainvis.wustl.edu/sumsdb/public_archive_index.html , requesting and waiting for a password (see appended email), then selecting the archive of

[caret-users] Caret Tutorial Sep22 : can't find reconstruct_sections.11-2006

2007-10-24 Thread Michael Semcheski
Hello, I'm working through the Caret Tutorial - Contours and Sections pdf, dated April 17, 2007. In the Drawing Contours, Aligning Contours and Adding Cells section, it references a data set RECONSTRUCT_SECTIONS.11-2006. I'm absolutely unable to find this on the caret website or in sumsdb. Can

Re: [caret-users] Caret Tutorial Sep22 : can't find reconstruct_sections.11-2006

2007-10-24 Thread Donna Dierker
Hi Mike, I don't see it in sumsdb, either, but there is a zip file named like that here: http://brainvis.wustl.edu/pub/john/contours/ login pub password download John will know whether it's the latest/greatest. Donna On 10/24/2007 10:14 AM, Michael Semcheski wrote: Hello, I'm working

[caret-users] Caret Tutorial

2006-11-28 Thread Veronica S Smith
Hi, I was just checking out the latest Caret Tutorial and wanted to clarify that the PDF file, Caret_Tutorial_Oct6, is a companion to the archive, CARET_TUTORIAL_SEPT06. It appears that the latter consists of data files only. Is that correct? Also, these two files are the most recent

Re: [caret-users] Caret Tutorial

2006-11-28 Thread Donna Dierker
On 11/28/2006 02:02 PM, Veronica S Smith wrote: Hi, I was just checking out the latest Caret Tutorial and wanted to clarify that the PDF file, Caret_Tutorial_Oct6, is a companion to the archive, CARET_TUTORIAL_SEPT06. It appears that the latter consists of data files only. Is that correct?