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=Introduction=
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This tutorial is going to describe comparing different data sets. In this example, we're going to compare different subjects based on their subject ID.
  
 
=Preparing the Workspace=
 
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===Opening two CMZ Files===
 
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===Using the CMZ Library===
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If you're comparing two small data sets, you can simply do a File -> Open to open both CMZ files in the workspace. If you're comparing large data sets, or more than two subjects, it would really be recommended to use the CMZ Library.
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Set CMO Library Path
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Browse CMO Library
  
 
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A. File -> Add/Modify File Tags
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B. Click Add New File Tag button in Workspace tab
  
 
===Pipeline Tag Files===
 
===Pipeline Tag Files===
  
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Use the [[Assign_Tags_To_File]] command to assign tags to subjects based on their subject ID. Using the [[For_Each]] command, you can loop over all the subjects in your workspace to create individual tags for them.
  
 
=Graphing Data=
 
=Graphing Data=

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Introduction

This tutorial is going to describe comparing different data sets. In this example, we're going to compare different subjects based on their subject ID.

Preparing the Workspace

Opening two CMZ Files

If you're comparing two small data sets, you can simply do a File -> Open to open both CMZ files in the workspace. If you're comparing large data sets, or more than two subjects, it would really be recommended to use the CMZ Library.

Using the CMZ Library

Set CMO Library Path Browse CMO Library

Tagging Files

Manually Tag Files

A. File -> Add/Modify File Tags B. Click Add New File Tag button in Workspace tab

Pipeline Tag Files

Use the Assign_Tags_To_File command to assign tags to subjects based on their subject ID. Using the For_Each command, you can loop over all the subjects in your workspace to create individual tags for them.

Graphing Data

Manually Graph Data

Pipeline Graph Data

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