Dear fmriprep experts,
I am a layman for fmri analysis and fmriprep. I read Luck.Chang’s wonderful tutorial book: Dartbrain. However, when I tried to use the fmriprep on windows, there is always the fmriprep error: path does not exist. But the path indeed exists… Thanks.
Please provide the following information to help us help you:
- What is the full command you are using and the full error message?
- Are you running on Singularity, Docker, or Python?
- Which version of fMRIPrep are you using?
I am guessing since you are using Windows, and the tutorial is written for Linux/Mac-like paths, that you will need to replace the “/” in the paths with “\”.
Thank you for replying.
- That is the full command I am using:
docker run nipreps/fmriprep E:\\learn_fmri\\Localizer E:\\learn_fmri\\preproc participant --participant_label sub-S01 --write-graph --fs-no-reconall --notrack --fs-license-file E:\\lean_fmri\license.txt --work-dir E:\\lean_fmri\work
And the full error is:fmriprep: error: Path does not exist: <E:\learn_fmri\Localizer>.
At first, I guess I maybe typed the path wrong, however, even when I typed the location like: C: or D:, it still says path does not exist.
I am running on docker.
I am using the latest which is 21.0.1 version of fmriprep.
But I indeed replace “/” with ""right… I am really confusing. Thanks.
You will need to mount relative drives to the Docker container with the
-v $PATH argument, which would go between
docker run and
nipreps/fmriprep. Also, you can try using lowercase letters for drive names, such as
e:\ instead of