This program will combine as series of 2-dimensional
image files into a single 3-dimensional image file.
- where the following definitions apply:
- name of the image file to be created
- 'y' grants permisssion to overwrite output
- any number of input image files
- an ASCII text file containing a list of input image file names, separated by
tabs, spaces, line feeds or carriage returns
reunite mri y mrislice???.hdr
reunite mri y -f slicelist
- On a UNIX system, this command will combine a series of files numbered mrislice001
(or mrislice000 if you like) through mrislice999 (or more likely a smaller number) into
a single file called mri.img. Note that the presence of a file mrislicexyz.hdr (where
xyz is not a number) will result in an attempt to incorporate that file as well. The use
of the .hdr or .img suffix is mandatory in this context--if you use mrislice*, you will
end up with twice as many planes as you expect because each file will be entered twice
(once as mrislice*.img and once as mrislice*.hdr).
- The files listed in the file slicelist will be combined to create a file called mri
- All input files must have identical matrix dimensions.
- Each input file must consist of a single plane of data.
See also: Generic error messages
- The -f flag must be followed by an ASCII file name
- Provide the name of a file that contains a list of single plane image
files with identical dimensions
Modified: December 17, 2001
© 2001 Roger P. Woods, M.D.(firstname.lastname@example.org)