[SciPy-User] running script error (eigen symmetric)
Mon Dec 17 17:22:04 CST 2012
Hi scipy users,
I am trying to run this script in python and the script is now working with
the test data (eigen problem solved) but when I input my own data to be
called by script I got the following errors.
[moriaht-5:~/Desktop/pyClusterROI] moriah% python pyClusterROI_test.py
tcorr connectivity subject2002.nii
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "pyClusterROI_test.py", line 89, in <module>
make_local_connectivity_tcorr( infiles[i], maskname, outname, 0.5 )
114, in make_local_connectivity_tcorr
line 44, in __init__
other = self.__class__( coo_matrix(arg1, shape=shape) )
line 188, in __init__
line 220, in _check
raise ValueError('row index exceedes matrix dimensions')
ValueError: row index exceedes matrix dimensions
I was wondering if anyone might know what this error might mean or how to
fix it? I do not know what is meant by "row index exceeds matrix
dimensions" as this is the first time I am using scipy to run a script.
On Mon, Dec 3, 2012 at 11:29 AM, Anderson, Amy <firstname.lastname@example.org>wrote:
> Dear Scipy users,
> I am a new python and scipy user and I am looking for some help to
> troubleshoot an error I have been getting when trying to run a script in
> python. The script I am trying to run is called pyCluster ROI and it needs
> python, pynifti, scipy, and numpy to run. I have installed all these
> programs successfully using macports on Mac OS 10.8.
> I unarchived the scripts and ran the test script getting this error:
> $ python pyClusterROI_test.py****
> Traceback (most recent call last):****
> File "pyClusterROI_test.py", line 48, in <module>****
> from make_local_connectivity_scorr import *****
> line 40, in <module>****
> from scipy.sparse.linalg.eigen.arpack import eigen_symmetric****
> ImportError: cannot import name eigen_symmetric****
> I have been trying to hunt down what this error may be and it seems that
> older versions of scipy might have used ‘scipy.sparse.linalg.eigen.arpack.eigen
> symmetric()’ where as new versions it has been renamed as "
> Does anyone know what might be causing this error or if it is a version
> problem is there any way to get an older version of scipy through macports?
> Also I have considered installing all these modules through a manual
> install but since i am a novice user I did not want to attempt that if
> there was a potentially simpler solution.
> Any help would be much appreciated!
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