[FieldTrip] ft_plot_topo3d crash
Belluscio, Beth (NIH/NINDS) [E]
BelluscB at ninds.nih.gov
Mon Nov 7 17:41:35 CET 2011
I ran into this problem a couple of months ago using a VNC connection on a PC platform. I used the following command: opengl neverselect at the prompt to force Matlab to use a different function. It hasn't crashed since. I assume this would work for a mac platform as well.
From: Julian Keil [julian.keil at gmail.com]
Sent: Monday, November 07, 2011 10:12 AM
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Subject: Re: [FieldTrip] ft_plot_topo3d crash
I just ran into the same problem on my 64bit OSX Lion using the "triplot"-function.
The problem is, that switching to software-openGL is not supported:
>> opengl software
Warning: Switching to software OpenGL rendering is not supported on the MAC platform
Does anyone have a hint how to change the renderer?
Am 06.11.2011 um 11:04 schrieb Gio Piantoni:
> Hi Karl,
> To me, it sounds like a problem with the OpenGL drivers.
> There was a discussion on that about VNC crashing on Linux, but maybe
> it applies to your Mac configuration as well. See:
> Please, report back if you find a solution.
> On Sat, Nov 5, 2011 at 17:55, Karl Doron <karl.doron at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'm trying to use a 3d plot function and experiencing matlab crashes. As
>> arguments, I'm passing ft_plot_topo3d a 246x3 matrix from grad.pnt and a
>> vector of t values for each sensor.
>> The plot appears correctly on the first attempt; however, any second
>> attempts to use the function, i.e., to plot a different time point, cause
>> the entire matlab session to crash. Since the whole session crashes, I don't
>> have any error message to report.
>> I'm using Matlab R2009B and Mac OSx Lion.
>> Thanks for any feedback.
>> Karl Doron, Ph.D.
>> Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences
>> University of California, Santa Barbara
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