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 To distribute your processes and to speed up your analyses, we provide two examples. The first example script will show you how to use basic FieldTrip functions for the distribution. ​ To distribute your processes and to speed up your analyses, we provide two examples. The first example script will show you how to use basic FieldTrip functions for the distribution. ​
  
-{{:​tutorial:​distributedcomputing:​peertutorial_figure_peercellfun.svg?500}}+{{:​tutorial:​distributedcomputing:​peertutorial_figure_peercellfun.png?500}}
  
 Using the basic FieldTrip functions in a memory efficient manner requires that you save the intermediate data of each step to disk, and that you load it upon the next (parallel) step in the analysis. If you prefer not to store all intermediate results, or if you want to have more control over other aspects of the parallel execution, you can provide your own functions that are executed in parallel. This is demonstrated in the second example script. Using the basic FieldTrip functions in a memory efficient manner requires that you save the intermediate data of each step to disk, and that you load it upon the next (parallel) step in the analysis. If you prefer not to store all intermediate results, or if you want to have more control over other aspects of the parallel execution, you can provide your own functions that are executed in parallel. This is demonstrated in the second example script.
  
-{{:​tutorial:​distributedcomputing:​peertutorial_figure_myanalysis.svg?500}}+{{:​tutorial:​distributedcomputing:​peertutorial_figure_myanalysis.png?500}}
  
 The distributed operations of FieldTrip functions in this example require the original MEG datasets for the four subjects, which are available from The distributed operations of FieldTrip functions in this example require the original MEG datasets for the four subjects, which are available from
  
-  * [[ftp://​ftp.fcdonders.nl/​pub/​fieldtrip/​tutorial/​Subject01.zip]] +  * [[ftp://​ftp.fieldtriptoolbox.org/​pub/​fieldtrip/​tutorial/​Subject01.zip]] 
-  * [[ftp://​ftp.fcdonders.nl/​pub/​fieldtrip/​tutorial/​Subject02.zip]] +  * [[ftp://​ftp.fieldtriptoolbox.org/​pub/​fieldtrip/​tutorial/​Subject02.zip]] 
-  * [[ftp://​ftp.fcdonders.nl/​pub/​fieldtrip/​tutorial/​Subject03.zip]] +  * [[ftp://​ftp.fieldtriptoolbox.org/​pub/​fieldtrip/​tutorial/​Subject03.zip]] 
-  * [[ftp://​ftp.fcdonders.nl/​pub/​fieldtrip/​tutorial/​Subject04.zip]] ​    +  * [[ftp://​ftp.fieldtriptoolbox.org/​pub/​fieldtrip/​tutorial/​Subject04.zip]] ​    
  
 Or, when at the Donders Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging,​ use Or, when at the Donders Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging,​ use
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 cfg = []; cfg = [];
-cfg.layout = 'CTF151.lay';+cfg.layout = 'CTF151_helmet.mat';
 ft_multiplotER(cfg,​ avgFC, avgFIC, avgIC); ft_multiplotER(cfg,​ avgFC, avgFIC, avgIC);
  
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 cfg = []; cfg = [];
-cfg.layout = 'CTF151.lay';+cfg.layout = 'CTF151_helmet.mat';
 ft_multiplotER(cfg,​ avgFC, avgFIC, avgIC) ft_multiplotER(cfg,​ avgFC, avgFIC, avgIC)
  
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 FAQs related to issues in this tutorial: FAQs related to issues in this tutorial:
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