which step should i do next after this error report

what does this mean when this error report appears?
Error using movefile
/bin/bash: /bin/mv: Argument list too long
Error in DPARSFA_run>(parfor body) (line 3724)
            Error in parallel_function (line 477)
            F(base, limit, supply(base, limit));
Error in DPARSFA_run (line 3722)
        parfor iMeasure=1:length(MeasureSet)
Error in DPARSFA>pushbuttonRun_Callback (line 1601)
Error in gui_mainfcn (line 96)
Error in DPARSFA (line 33)
    gui_mainfcn(gui_State, varargin{:});
Error while evaluating uicontrol Callback


Which version of DPARSF are you using? You may try DPARSF_V2.3_130615 at rfmri.org/DAPRSF.

Also, please paste the parameter setting GUI here?



Hi, Chaogan,

I am using the latest version of DPARSFA. 

The program ended at normalize, which means the 'results' folder is ok and every folder is full of files, but in the 'resultsW' folder, there is no results in FC, and the program stopped there.

When i tried to start from 'Results', the configureation parameters checking window said 'too many .nii.gz FILES IN EACH SUBJECTS DIRECTORY, should only keep one 4D .nii.gz files'.

the parameters are as follows:

the time points ,TR slice number and so on are ok. don't worry about that.

I defined ROI in this analyse, just using AAL atlas you provide.



From the snapshot, seems there is something wrong with the path. The working directory should beyond "Results/fALFF".

By the way, could you paste a snapshot of the directory structure under {Working Dir}/Results?

If started with "Results" for normalizing derivatives, DPARSFA can not read the subject list correctly. You may either set the subject IDs by right click->load participants IDs from a text file", or load an "autosaved" .mat and then uncheck the unwanted steps. 



the path is not shown in this picture. don't worry about it.

I also tried to start from "FunImgARCF" it also stoped here. 

OK, please to into one subfolder, e.g., FC, to see if there are w*FC maps there? I.e., to check if the step of spatial normalization is performed?

"/bin/bash: /bin/mv: Argument list too long"

From this message, another possiblity  is there are too many files. How many ROIs and subjects there?