Package Details: afni 21.1.08-1

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Package Base: afni
Description: An open-source environment for processing and displaying functional MRI data
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Licenses: custom
Submitter: crmullins
Maintainer: liamtimms
Last Packager: liamtimms
Votes: 1
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First Submitted: 2016-06-29 01:28
Last Updated: 2021-05-25 14:49

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kcdah commented on 2021-05-06 23:01

Oh geez my bad, yes that did it @keiichiiownsu12. Thanks so much!

keiichiiownsu12 commented on 2021-05-05 22:00

@liamtimms the first atlas tar.gz file I linked is ~134 M uncompressed. Might be better to include as a separate package. However, things get a little dicey, since the atlas_latest.tar.gz file does not contain all atlases included in the normal binary package. and unfortunately afni doesn't exactly say which file is preferred...I'll do some more digging if you like me to find out.

keiichiiownsu12 commented on 2021-05-05 21:47

@kcdad have you added afni to your path? if you type export PATH=$PATH:/opt/afni, are you able to run the afni command?

kcdah commented on 2021-05-05 20:31

I'm sorry, I must be doing something obviously wrong. But after I install this, I cannot get afni to start (afni is not seen as a command). I tried to follow steps on the afni website seen on other installations (installed R, for example) but it is not clear to me what else I need to do in order to get afni to be a command and get the program to start. Thanks for the help.

liamtimms commented on 2021-05-05 15:50

@keiichiiownsu12 cheers, thanks. Do you think it would make more sense to try to include these in the default install from this AUR PKGBUILD or in a separate PKGBUILD? How much disk space are they taking after install (and unpacking?) on your machine?

For reference, here is the Neurodebian package I mentioned:

The Arch "KISS" approach seems to imply these should probably be included here rather than separated out but if they end up being too massive it might make sense to keep them separate.

keiichiiownsu12 commented on 2021-05-05 03:25

REALLY wish they'd make this easier to find...: link to other atlas files

keiichiiownsu12 commented on 2021-05-02 23:33

@liamtimms looks like it's much simpler than either of us thought. There is a file called "atlases_latest", found here. After the files are extracted, if one places them in /opt/afni (or whichever location afni binaries are stored), the atlases are immediately available for use.

liamtimms commented on 2021-05-02 21:53

@keiichownsu12 I made a PKGBUILD for python-datalad if you want to try to testing it with that afni_data repo.

liamtimms commented on 2021-05-01 19:52

hi @keiichiiownsu12 I'm actually not sure as I'm mostly using FSL for atlas fitting. There might be a flag as you suggest but it's not obvious from the documentation. You could try packaging a binary version of it and sharing it on the AUR, it seems like the binaries include the atlases based on the AFNI site.

Poking around a little I did just find this: but I'm not sure why they have it "archived." It might be a good idea to check upstream to see what they recommend. If you can find out the best way to do it with that, I'd be happy to include an atlas download step in this PKGBUILD or you could make a separate AUR entry for the atlases (I think Neurodebian does this).

edit: looks like they have them over here now it uses DataLad which we definitely should package for Arch if it hasn't been yet. Maybe that's the right place to start.

keiichiiownsu12 commented on 2021-04-30 23:36

How might I go about installing some of the default atlases afni is shipped with? E.g. the Talairach daemon. Is it a flag I need to set in the Makefile? Can I just download the atlas from the afni website and drop them into /opt/afni?