Read further if:
- you develop or run image processing locally in bash;
- you want to use XNAT as data source and/or remote archive;
- you want to automate processing of multiple XNAT sessions and want to report your results in spreadsheets.
Use case: compute BET whole brain volume for all MPRAGE scans in an MRI project in XNAT and save statistics in a spreadsheet.
write a bash script (assuming FSL is on the path).