EnglishFrenchSpanish

Ad


OnWorks favicon

mincextract - Online in the Cloud

Run mincextract in OnWorks free hosting provider over Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator

This is the command mincextract that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator

PROGRAM:

NAME


mincextract - dump a hyperslab of MINC file data

SYNOPSIS


mincextract [options] mincfile

DESCRIPTION


mincextract dumps a chunk of MINC file data to standard output in the format of your
choice.

OPTIONS


-ascii Write out data as ascii strings (default)

-byte Write out data as 8-bit integers

-short Write out data as 16-bit integers

-int Write out data as 32-bit integers

-long Superseded by -int

-float Write out data as single precision floating-point values

-double
Write out data as double precision floating-point values

-filetype
Write out data in the type of the file

-signed
Write out signed data (applies only to integer types)

-unsigned
Write out unsigned data (applies only to integer types)

-range low high
Specify the range of output values

-normalize
Normalize integer pixel values to file max and min (Default)

-nonormalize
Turn off pixel normalization

-big-endian
Request big-endian (most significant byte first) format.

-little-endian
Request little-endian (least significant byte first) format.

-image_range low high
Specify the range of real image values for normalization

-image_minimum min
Specify the minimum real image value for normalization

-image_maximum max
Specify the maximum real image value for normalization

-start indexvector
Specifies corner of hyperslab (C conventions for indices). Indices are either
separated by spaces (enclosed by quotes) or commas (no quotes required).

-count indexvector
Specifies edge lengths of hyperslab to read. Indices are either separated by
spaces (enclosed by quotes) or commas (no quotes required).

-positive_direction
Flip images to always have positive direction.

-negative_direction
Flip images to always have negative direction.

-any_direction
Do not flip images (Default).

+xdirection
Flip images to give positive xspace:step value (left-to-right).

-xdirection
Flip images to give negative xspace:step value (right-to-left).

-xanydirection
Don't flip images along x-axis (default).

+ydirection
Flip images to give positive yspace:step value (post-to-ant).

-ydirection
Flip images to give negative yspace:step value (ant-to-post).

-yanydirection
Don't flip images along y-axis (default).

+zdirection
Flip images to give positive zspace:step value (inf-to-sup).

-zdirection
Flip images to give negative zspace:step value (sup-to-inf).

-zanydirection
Don't flip images along z-axis (default).

-help Print summary of command-line options and exit.

-version
Print the program's version number and exit.

Use mincextract online using onworks.net services


Ad