Using the pipeline requires Batch Context. This plugin combines the use of user configuration and job configuration settings. You will see there are four options under File > Batch in your eeglab window that are pertinent to Batch Context plugin. You can learn more about the different interfaces of Batch Context here.
The remainder of this page describes the minimum changes that need to be made to the default configuration files provided upon installation of the pipeline. For documentation of Batch Context, see the respective wiki.
Minimum Required Changes
For our purposes we will only discuss the changes from the provided configuration file required.
Begin by navigating to File > Batch > Context configuration.
Next click the "Load context config" button. Navigate the file chooser from your project folder to
derivatives/lossless/code/config and select the
You should now be presented with the following screen:
Pressing "Refresh" in the Context configuration will also load your system commands if desired.
The following list details the minimum options that should be changed to your respective cluster's information and updated inside of the context configuration menu.
remote_user_name - Username on the cluster.
remote_exec_host - Ssh host name, this should be a fully qualified host name or a host name that can be resolved by the system as your cluster host name.
remote_project_archive - Directory on the same remote server safe for archiving potentially large data files.
remote_project_work - Directory the containing data files and all other project files. Should mirror the location chosen for remote installation.
remote_dependency - This field should be equal to the value of remote_project_work followed by
Press "Save as" and save the new context configuration as something distinct to use later in your
By saving this file, you may load it directly in the future without having to customize from the default settings again.