[Eeglablist] ICA time estimate

Bradley Voytek semiconscious at gmail.com
Mon Jan 10 15:46:46 PST 2005


If you're already running analyses on a linux box you could always try
to run your analyses over a cluster.  I personally have never tried
(or had the need to) do this, but when it's done it's very useful and
can be a huge time-saver.  Just make sure you run these clustered
analyses at a time when others aren't using their machines; people get
upset when you steal their processing cycles.

If you ask a system administrator or your local linux fan about this
I'm sure they could set you up.  Someone on this list may even be able
to elaborate further.

Good luck!


Bradley Voytek
Graduate Student - Neuroscience
University of California - Berkeley
btvoytek at berkeley.edu

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