I was trying to plot the .netcc files produced by 3dNetCorr as a matrix and tried to follow the steps from this link;
I made sure afni and r are installed correctly on my computer.
I even used this command and it ran fine (following the steps from the website): "
@afni_R_package_install -shiny -circos
However, when I try to run this command:
I get the error message:
-bash: FATCAT_matplot: command not found
I’m not sure why this is happening and what I can do to fix this. Any help would be appreciated .
This is a pretty new function that Justin has created, so it is possible that your version of AFNI is a bit old. You can see what version you have with
If you try just typing the name of the function by itself, you should see the helpfile text, if your AFNI does contain it:
To update your binaries, you can simply type:
which will put a newer version of the AFNI binaries in your current location, and you can try the @FATCAT_matplot_shiny thing again.
For static images (pngs), there is an older program called fat_mat_sel.py, as well, which could be run like:
fat_mat_sel.py --matr_in FILE.netcc --Pars="CC" --A_plotmin=-1 --B_plotmax=1 --Hold_image -T
as an example. But hopefully you can get the @FATCAT_matplot_shiny working.
@FATCAT_matplot_shiny has been renamed to FATCAT_matplot for more shortiness.