-in_mat IM1 IM2 IM3 ...
:(req) name(s) of *.netcc or *.grid files with matrices
to be used to make table (probably more than one); the
list can be provided using wildcard chars, e.g.:
(see also '-in_list ..' as an alternative method for
inputting this information)
-in_csv CSV :(opt) name of a CSV file to include in table (just one).
The first column of the CSV must have subj ID labels
that can be matched with the filename/paths of the
input matrix files. If the subjects IDs cannot be
unambiguously matched with the matrix files based on their
path/names, then you must use the '-in_list ..' option
to provide the matching explicitly
-in_listfile LIST :(opt) another way of inputting the matrix (*.grid or
*.netcc) files-- by explicit path, matched per file
with a CSV subject ID.
The LIST text file contains two columns if also using
col 1: path to subject matrix files
col 2: CSV IDs
Otherwise, if no CSV is being used, the file can contain
just one column of paths to the matrix files.
Note that lines in the LIST can contain #-ed comments.
-prefix PP :(req) output basename for the table and log files.
Note that this can include path information, but both
a suffix and a file extensions will be added for the
_prep.log (attached to the log file)
_tbl.txt (attached to the table file)
-pars PARS :(opt) list of matrices to be included in the table,
identified by their parameter name. If no '-pars ..'
list is provided, then all matrices in the input file
will be included in the table (which might make for a
veeery long table)
-ver :display current version
-date :display release/editing date of current version
(June 9, 2020)
-help :display help (in terminal)
-h :display help (in terminal)
-hview :display help (in separate text editor)