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atlasquery - commandline tool to query brain atlases about stereotaxic coordinates
atlasquery -a "<atlasname>" [-m <maskimage>] [-c <X>,<Y>,<Z>]
atlasquery provides information about stereotaxic brain coordinates by querying brain
atlases. FSL provides nine different atlases that can be used with atlasquery. Please note
that these atlases are covered by a non-commercial licenses and are not part of Debian.
However, as the format of the atlases is documented in the HTML documentation of FSLView
it is easy the produce new atlases (at least technically).
The -a option which selects the to be queried atlas is compulsory.
Atlases should be put into /usr/share/fsl/data/atlases. By setting the environment
variable FSLATLASPATH to a different path one can customize this location.
Please see /usr/share/doc/fslview/README.Debian for more information.
Switch on diagnostic messages.
Display a short usage description.
A mask image to use during structural lookups.
Print a list of the available atlases.
If you discover an bugs please report them either to the FSL mailing list or to
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