A tutorial for decentralized, reproducible processing with DataLad, based on fMRIprep and structural studyforrest data

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Preprocessed structural data from the studyforrest project

This dataset contains the results of an fMRIprep-based, anatomical preprocessing workflow of structural studyforrest data (studyforrest.org).

All results are fully and automatically reproducible with datalad. The details of this workflow are described at https://github.com/psychoinformatics-de/processing-workflow.

Software requirements for automatic recomputation

How to recompute

First, clone this dataset with DataLad. Next, take a look at the Git history of the data and identify the 40-character long commit shasum of a single-subject computation, then use this shasum in a datalad rerun command:

$ datalad rerun a95484c793793b7274dbef5239e0cc3d315ca0fe

How to obtain data without recomputation

First, cline this dataset with DataLad. Next, retrieve any file(s) of your choice with the datalad get command.