Faq Solo Predictor error using object attempted to access out message

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Issue:

Solo_Predictor gives the error "Error using object. Attempted to access out(1); index out of bounds because numel(out)=0."

Possible Solutions:

In some installations of Solo_Predictor (e.g. when running as a service), the system is unable to locate a user's preferences folder. This leads to an error:

Error using object. Attempted to access out(1); index out of bounds because numel(out)=0.

The solution is to define a specific folder for the EVRI home directory. In Solo_Predictor this is done by adding the following to the default.xml file

<evridir>
  <evri_home_dir>C:/temp/</evri_home_dir>
</evridir>

The folder specified (C:/temp ) can be replaced by any valid folder location.

Other Applications

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