Thanks very much, Matthew -- both of these worked.
For other novices: if you add the savestruct statement to the end of
the script for one ROI, you can stack a number of scripts for other
ROIs below it, each one saving results to its own *mres.mat file.
That way you only have to run the script once, even if you have many
ROIs to create. At least that is what I think I'm doing.
>If you have estimated, and want to inspect the results in the GUI, you
>could do something like:
>mars_arm('set', 'est_design', E)
>where E is your estimated design. This puts the design into the GUI
>Or, you could save the design, and load via the GUI
>Does that work?
>On Tue, 22 Feb 2005 20:48:06 -0500, Christy Marshuetz
>> Dear Marsbarers (& Matthew),
>> I'm having (different) trouble with a batch script I'm trying to use
>> with marsbar. I have successfully gotten it to go through the
>> estimate stage, including all the iterations, and to the stage where
>> it stops and I get the message, "Use Results for Assessment" (I'm
>> paraphrasing from memory). However, when I try to add the event
>> names, or look at % change, it prompts me for the *mdes.mat", which
>> (apparently) doesn't exist.
>> I've tried the same analysis via the gui, and do not get asked for
>> the mdes.mat file after the estimation phase, so I think that means
>> it's still in memory in the case of the gui, but for some reason, not
>> in the case of the batch script (which is only modified a tiny bit
>> from the one in the FAQ). I've tried using the various "save"
>> functions, but get various error messages indicating that no design
>> exists, no data exists, etc.
>> I'm using version .37, if that's of any relevance.
>> Does anyone out there have any idea where I might be going wrong?
>> Christy Marshuetz
>> Assistant Professor
>> Department of Psychology
>> Yale University
>> 2 Hillhouse Avenue
>> P.O. Box 208205
>> New Haven, CT 06520-8205
>> Phone: (203) 432-4636
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