wgraves at mcw.edu
Fri Jul 8 18:53:35 EDT 2011
Thanks Alex. Turns out the problem was that I was including my local "MNE-sample-data" directory in the path. Once I only included everything up to one level above that it worked. Of course, I couldn't isolate that until you showed me exactly what the syntax should be.
On Jul 8, 2011, at 5:17 PM, Alexandre Gramfort wrote:
> Hi William,
>> downloads the sample dataset from MGH. But my question is, if I have already downloaded it, how do I set the path to recognize where it is currently located, rather than having to download it again? It looks like this function comes from the "__init__.py" script in the "mne-python/mne/datasets/sample" directory, but in spite my trying to parse it I still can't seem to figure it out.
> you can simply do:
>> data_path = sample.data_path('/path/to/data')
>> data_path = sample.data_path('..')
> like you would do with "cd" on unix.
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