Download and unzip to run the executive. No installation needed
|Unzip the file and click on the DSI Studio program to run it. If missing DLL files, install the package here.|
|You may need to enable permission to run a 3-party app.|
docker run -ti --rm -e DISPLAY=$DISPLAY -v /tmp/.X11-unix:/tmp/.X11-unix -v $PWD:/data dsistudio/dsistudio:latest
$ singularity pull docker://dsistudio/dsistudio:latest # This creates a singularity container *.sif file from the latest release of DSI Studio. Make sure you keep a copy of .sif file for your results $ singularity exec -B /var,/run -B /home/server/folder dsistudio_latest.sif dsi_studio # Some cluster does not allow users to access host drive, and you may need to mount folder into singularity container $ singularity exec dsistudio_latest.sif dsi_studio # This invoke the graphic interface of DSI Studio $ singularity exec dsistudio_latest.sif dsi_studio --action=rec --source=my.src.gz # call DSI Studio command line interface in the singularity container
DSI Studio is free for research purposes under the Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0) license. Please mention the usage of DSI Studio in your academic publications.
DSI Studio is NOT FDA-approved/cleared and provided "AS-IS." Using it on clinical research requires your institution's IRB approval. Users should be attentive to issues reported on the user support forum and be responsible for timely software updates.
Neonate/Infant1yr/Infant2yr template To install, unzip the files and move them to the /atlas folder (Windows). For Mac users, right-click on dsi_studio.app to [Show Content] and move the files under Content/MacOS/atlas
DSI Studio has a very high turning rate, and occasionally the computation outcome may be different between versions. I would recommend users keep a local copy of DSI Studio for each research project and only update DSI Studio if a new project is initiated.
To achieve the best performance, I would recommend a computer with a multi-core CPU (e.g. http://store.hp.com/us/en/mdp/business-solutions/z840-workstation). Minimum memory of 2GB is needed. To handle a large number of tracks or image volumes, DSI Studio will need 32GB of memory or more.
GPU computation is not yet supported in DSI Studio.