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May 09, 2022 02:58PM
Ok, thanks. Anyway, like I wrote before, using a polort degree of 2 in combination with bandpassing somehow works much faster, even though the number of baseline funs in detrending remains more or less the same.

My laptop uses ~15 GB of its 32 GB when running AFNI proc for one subject. I think the amount of Ram needed was the same when using the polort option of 34. However, it seemed to never end. I will consequently stick to the polort degree of 2 for this dataset.
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AFNI proc -regress_polort option for very long runs

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