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load_CNMF()and it will load results from mesmerize once we have reached the ROI viewer stage? Is it as simple as
Transmission.to_hdf5: does that contain the estimates object needed for caiman to load?
mesmerize/viewer/modules/caiman_dfof.pywhich is basically the same as the
load_CNMF()from hdf5 but does it from dict. (not sure if there's a function now that loads it from dicts)
Use CNMF kwargsbox just as you would enter the kwarg in a script http://docs.mesmerizelab.org/en/master/user_guides/viewer/modules/cnmfe.html
In the mesmerize environment in a Jupyter notebook, trying to start a cluster
cm.cluster.setup_cluster() I get an error that there is already one running (even if this is the first command I try to run:
Exception: A cluster is already runnning. Terminate with dview.terminate() if you want to restart.).
I assume mesmerize environment fires up threads by default or something? I wonder if I can just access these and feed as argument to
setup_cluster(), or can I access/terminate the mesmerize cluster within Jupyter?