NOTE: if you are taking the Multi-Modal Imaging Class at MGH, you do not need to do this!
The tutorial requires about 10G of space. There are two tar files, you can download them through these links.
fsfast-tutorial.tar.gz - functional data (6.18G)
fsfast-tutorial.subjects.tar.gz - freesurfer anatomical data (668M).
Or, if you are having difficulty in downloading these through your browser, you can use wget instead:
wget ftp://surfer.nmr.mgh.harvard.edu/transfer/outgoing/flat/greve/fsfast-tutorial/fsfast-tutorial.subjects.tar.gz & wget ftp://surfer.nmr.mgh.harvard.edu/transfer/outgoing/flat/greve/fsfast-tutorial/fsfast-tutorial.tar.gz &
For the anatomical data, untar it with:
cd $SUBJECTS_DIR tar xvfz fsfast-tutorial.subjects.tar.gz
For the functional data,
cd /place/for/data tar xvfz fsfast-tutorial.tar.gz
This will create a directory called fsfast-tutorial. Create an environment variable for this directory:
cd fsfast-tutorial setenv FSFTUTDIR `pwd`