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    Joshua Teves
    @jbteves
    Oops, you're right, rc it is
    Taylor Salo
    @tsalo
    btw finally tweeted about the data (also emailed kevin murphy, who doesn't seem to be on twitter): https://twitter.com/taylor_salo/status/1428734384472010755
    Taylor Salo
    @tsalo
    I've moved a repo of mine over to the ME-ICA org (https://github.com/ME-ICA/ddmra) in the hopes that others will be willing/able to use and contribute to it. I'm using the DDMRA analyses in my Power replication, so it's directly applicable to multi-echo data and will probably be part of any tedana validation analyses we might do in the future. Just wanted everyone to be aware of that.
    Taylor Salo
    @tsalo
    I've also started working on a template repository (https://github.com/ME-ICA/template-package) with all of the packaging and CI stuff we use in tedana and other ME-ICA repos. I think it could be useful for future packages (and for synchronizing our packaging across packages). It's not complete yet though.
    Eneko Uruñuela
    @eurunuela
    Hello! I have just finished replicating the current tedana reports in React in what I decided to call Rica (Reports for ICA). In Spanish, rica means tasteful or rich. I thought it was a good-sounding, short name for the tool. Before I start working on the manual classification of components, I'd really like to get some feedback from you. If you happen to have 5 minutes to test it out, that would be great. You can find it here: https://github.com/ME-ICA/rica
    Dan Handwerker
    @handwerkerd
    I tested out RICA. Great start! It looks really nice and smooth so far. The one quirk I see so far is that, whenever I click on anything, it looks like the pie chart and scatter plots have a .5sec animation where the same plots are refreshed. I also see the component time series and maps on the right, but the presented component isn't marked in the pie chart or scatter plots.
    Eneko Uruñuela
    @eurunuela
    Thanks Dan! Those are some really good points. I’ll open an issue and work on them before working on the manual classification.
    Eneko Uruñuela
    @eurunuela
    @handwerkerd I have just finished adding the features you mentioned to Rica. It was a nice exercise and I made it so that adding the manual classification is going to be easier.
    Dan Handwerker
    @handwerkerd
    Issue for the tedana meeting this Friday, Oct 15: #816
    Dan Handwerker
    @handwerkerd
    The agenda for tomorrow's meeting is now posted at #816. If possible, read in advance. I added a lot of text on the current status of metric modularization and it would be good if a few people had a chance to think a bit before the meeting.
    Logan Dowdle
    @dowdlelt
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    I know I've am behind on the study list - but I didn't think I had missed this much:
    Dan Handwerker
    @handwerkerd
    I had to look up that Master Thesis. um. wow.
    Taylor Salo
    @tsalo
    It's Finnish, so I can't hate on it too much...
    BTW the multi-echo data analysis book is now building (without executing the code, yet): https://me-ica.github.io/multi-echo-data-analysis/
    Eneko Uruñuela
    @eurunuela
    In case you didn’t know about this little trick for GitHub issues: https://twitter.com/simonw/status/1449453462282928128?s=21
    Taylor Salo
    @tsalo
    very cool
    Eneko Uruñuela
    @eurunuela
    @handwerkerd I fixed the Rica bug we saw during the meeting
    I'll add the labels and flip the kappa and rho values some time this week
    Eneko Uruñuela
    @eurunuela
    Well, I just made a release with those changes while I waited for my preprocessing script to finish :laughing:
    Eneko Uruñuela
    @eurunuela
    And, it's deployed as a web-app here: https://rica-fmri.netlify.app
    I have no idea how Netlify will hold, so this is just a test atm
    Taylor Salo
    @tsalo
    It works! So cool
    Eneko Uruñuela
    @eurunuela
    If we see people use it a lot, we could buy a domain for Rica for like 15$/year
    Taylor Salo
    @tsalo
    can it be hosted with github pages?
    honestly i have no clue how netlify works, so that might be a terrible question
    Eneko Uruñuela
    @eurunuela
    It could be but we'd have to take care of the DNS and all that stuff. What Netlify does is deploy on each commit to master.
    If you're worried about the files being stored on the server, Rica reads some of the files in the directory but doesn't save them or do anything else with them. I assume they get "stored" in your local cache until you close the tab.
    Joshua Teves
    @jbteves
    You can probably inspect the cache manually if you want. It will be browser-dependent.
    Dan Handwerker
    @handwerkerd
    There's an fMRIPrep question from a tedana user at https://neurostars.org/t/transforming-from-native-bold-space-into-t1w-space/20540 Any fMRIPrep users here can answer it? @tsalo?
    Taylor Salo
    @tsalo
    TBH I'm not sure how ANTS apply xforms works...
    Eneko Uruñuela
    @eurunuela
    Maybe @smoia knows?
    Logan Dowdle
    @dowdlelt
    I've played with it a bit myself, and I think they have the right idea - its a stack of concatenated transforms, much like 3dNwarpApply. Not sure why they didn't try and and then eyeball it, should be super obvious...
    I'll comment something, nicely, to that effect
    Dan Handwerker
    @handwerkerd
    Next tedana dev call is this Thursday 11/18 #826
    Taylor Salo
    @tsalo
    Two questions:
    1. Does anyone have any BIDS-ish AFNI preprocessing derivatives? They doesn't have to be completely BIDS-Derivatives compliant, per today's discussion, but it would be good to see what the problems are with making them compliant.
    2. How would folks feel about using Mattermost? I haven't seen a lot of GitHub-only users commenting here, so I'm wondering if sticking with Gitter is worth it.
    Eneko Uruñuela
    @eurunuela
    I'm ok with Mattermost.
    Are there other alternatives that could be interesting/useful for the future?
    Joshua Teves
    @jbteves
    We can do mattermost but I'm extremely likely to forget it exists for long periods.
    Taylor Salo
    @tsalo

    @jbteves That's the problem I've been having with Gitter!

    @eurunuela The only alternative I can think of is Discord. nilearn is using it for their office hours. However, we have an existing tedana channel in the BrainHack Mattermost for hackathons and conferences, so most of us are probably already on it.

    Joshua Teves
    @jbteves
    Putting this on Discord would not be great for my work/life separation, personally...
    I'm in favor of moving to mattermost then, provided that people can be patient with me forgetting about it and being slow to respond from time to time.
    Logan Dowdle
    @dowdlelt
    as long as I can get notifications when people put something there, it should find its way to my brain
    Dan Handwerker
    @handwerkerd
    Josh is currently working on a dataset that we've put in BIDS format & will then process with AFNI. Is that what you mean by wanting AFNI-ish derivatives?
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    I only check gitter when I get email notifications. If I set up the same thing with a tedaa channel on mattermost, it will be the same for me. I always have slack open, but I'm not particularly happy with slack.
    Eneko Uruñuela
    @eurunuela
    I like Discord.
    Taylor Salo
    @tsalo
    It seems like Mattermost will work for most folks. We can talk about it at our next devs meeting, I guess.
    Dan Handwerker
    @handwerkerd
    Taylor Salo
    @tsalo
    I played around a bit with the multi-echo Jupyter book over the break, and was hoping folks could weigh in on how best to organize the pages on (1) signal decay and (2) measuring TE dependence with tedana. Here's the link if anyone's willing/able to take a look: https://me-ica.github.io/multi-echo-data-analysis/
    Taylor Salo
    @tsalo
    ATTENTION: We have decided to move our informal conversations from Gitter to Mattermost. Please join https://mattermost.brainhack.org/brainhack/channels/tedana if you want to chat with the tedana dev team informally.