Thanks for chiming in, Chris.
I just realized that I used the
dock-pull to get the fmriprep docker image, it explains why I can’t use
To run the fmriprep-docker wrapper, do I need to first delete the current fmriprep docker image? i.e., should I remove my current version of fmriprep and then use
pip install --user --upgrade fmriprep-docker, or I can directly install without deleting the current docker image? (Assuming that the free space on my current drive is not that much).