I’m looking for any advice, tips or tricks for visualizing large sets of mrtrix data.
We’re frequently working with sub 1mm isotropic data, which can produce huge files. I find myself trying to visualize tracts with file sizes ranging from 10 - 100GB. I’m relatively new to mrtrix, but am impressed with the possibilities. I’ve been a longtime user of fsl tools and dtk/trackvis and am used to being able to pull up full brain results and manipulate those interactively.
I have a cluster at my disposal with tons of RAM available, so generating large datasets is no problem.
I’ve tried tckresample to downsample some data, but am not 100% sure of the effect this has on the actual results. Downsampling a 100GB tck file to 25GB still results in a file that completely seizes my 32GB iMac.
Any advice is appreciated, cheers,