Interpolates the input
image file to cubic voxels and optionally saves a
.air file describing this transformation.
- [-f output-air-file-name [overwrite?(y/n)]]
- saves a .air file describing the transformation
- grants permission to overwrite output
- suppresses generation of output when -f option is used
- where the following definitions apply:
- the name of the input file
- the name of the output file
- the name of the .air file to create
- 'y' grants permission to overwrite output-air-file-name
zoomer mri interpolatedmri
zoomer mri interpolatedmri -f mri.airinterpolated y -s
- If the x, y and z voxel sizes of file mri are not identical, file mri will be
interpolated to generate a file with cubic voxels called interpolatedmri. The voxel
sizes in file interpolatedmri will be equal to the smallest of the x, y or z voxel input
- If the x, y and z voxel sizes of file mri are all identical, file interpolatedmri
will be identical to file mri.
- A .air file called mri.airinterpolated will be created with mri as the reslice file
and interpolatedmri as the standard file describing the interpolation identical to that
in the example above. No new image file will be created because the -s flag is used.
- This program uses trilinear interpolation. If you want a different interpolation
model, use the -f option to create a .air file and then use
reslice to apply the interpolation model of your choice.
- AIR 3.0 used a different syntax in which a 'y' after output would
grant permission to overwrite output. This syntax is still supported so long
as no optional arguments are used, but this older style syntax should be avoided in new
scripts and may not be supported in the future.
See also: Generic error messages
- Cannot parse argument ____
- If you use the -s flag with zoomer, you must use the -f flag
- supply -f and its argument or don't use -s
- argument -f should have been followed by a file name
- supply the required file name
- arguments to ____ cannot intermix old and new style syntax
- the use of 'y' after output is only allowed if no other optional
arguments are used
- unable to parse argument ____ which should have started with a '-'
Modified: December 18, 2001
© 2001 Roger P. Woods, M.D.(email@example.com)