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Having previously run Lead-DBS on a mac, I’ve switched over to an ubuntu system, and I’m having a few problems with running pacer/electrode localisation. I’m happy with the results of MRI to post-op CT registration, as well as the normalisation step, but then things start to go wrong. There’s a series of error messages which culminate in the PACER fail, which I’m working through. The first message is:
Warning: Transformation contains off-diagnonal elements. Check carefully and consider reordering of data
> In NiftiModSPM (line 64)
In ea_runpacer (line 4)
In ea_autocoord (line 272)
In ea_run (line 96)
In lead_dbs>run_button_Callback (line 197)
In gui_mainfcn (line 95)
In lead_dbs (line 43)
Could I please check if this in itself would derail PACER?
Hi Dan, good to hear from you, the message seems to be a warning only and should be fine.
If PaCER fails, maybe check whether patients that worked well on Mac fail or if it’s a problem of a novel patient. So far didn’t have OS-specific reports on Pacer functionality. If problem persists, maybe shoot Andreas Husch an Email or ask again in the Slack channel (see Help on our website) where Andreas is also active.
The community on Slack is much more active, maybe better to get help there in general :)
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