I am trying to run a connectometry analysis and have a question and a small bug I want to let you know about. First: if I am looking at group differences (i.e. dementia patients vs controls), is it recommended to create separate databases for each group or combine all subjects in a single database? I know that you can export tract statistics for each subject after so it seems easiest to separate the groups in the analysis rather than in the database creation, but I just want to check if this is correct.
Second: I was using the April 16 2021 build and was unable to "enable autotrack" after loading a connectometry database. The error I received was "no tractography atlas associated with the current template". Autotrack seems to work fine in the Feb 24 2020 build. Is there a way to associate the atlas and template in the April build, or should I revert to a different build to run the autotrack steps? Is there a major difference between the builds that would cause problems if I reverted?
Thanks in advance for your help!