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CENIR 'HCP-like' multi b-value data #691
@arokem could you use the
Also, I think the "read_data" functions should call the "fetch_data" functions. If the files exist, calling the "fetcher" will simply serve to confirm the md5 is correct and the data has not been changed or corrupted. If the file does not exist, then the "fetcher" will try and download the data. Also if the reader is calling the fetcher, the fetcher can return the filenames to the reader so that we don't need to hard-code the file names in 2 different places.
This model makes for less code duplication, better testing and less hard-coding of file names, directories. Look at
Yeah - good call. I did this on #681 as well.
Once these two are merged (hint, hint), I volunteer to do a full refactor
On Wed, Jul 29, 2015 at 2:33 PM, Bago Amirbekian firstname.lastname@example.org