Hello I know about restarting SHHS dataset.
I downloaded it from last Thursday(7 April), however, it stopped "shhs\polysomnography\edfs\shhs1" "shhs1-202268.edf" file.
So I want to find "https://github.com/nsrr/nsrr-gem"
irb(main):016:0> d.download("edfs/shhs1", method: "fast", depth: "recursive")
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Finished in 1.8321012 seconds.
0 folders created, 0 files downloaded, 0 MiBs downloaded, 0 files skipped, 0 files failed
NSRR version is 8.0.0
Ruby version is latest version
Thanks for using the site. What happens if you run the nsrr download shhs command? Try it without entering the gem console.
Thank you for reply comments.
I try not your answer but I operate command " -nsrr download shhs/polusomnography/edfs --fresh".
it is same download process above your recommend answer about " nsrr download shhs?
I ran the command "nsrr download shhs/polysomnography/edfs --fresh" and it worked.
Please post a screenshot if you don't get the same result.
Thanks for your comment for my questions.
Okay, I will post a screenshot about problems.
I have two question about downloading data.
if I type "nsrr download shhs/polysomnography/edfs/shh2", I would find the program which is stopped on "shhs2-205205.edf"
Could I re-download to starting at "shhs2-205205.edf"?
So I find nsrr download shhs/polysomnography/edfs/shhs2 --fast
is it right command?
Yes, I think running with the "--fast" flag should work. You can't tell the gem to start at a specific file; it still needs to run through all the prior files and compare filesizes.