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Revision as of 23:08, 2 September 2014

Home < Documentation < Nightly < Modules < CornerAnnotation

For the stable Slicer documentation, visit the 4.10 page.

Introduction and Acknowledgements

This work is supported by Shiga University of Medical Science in Japan, NA-MIC, NCIGT, and Slicer Community.

Author: Atsushi Yamada, PhD, Shiga University of Medical Science (SUMS) in Japan
Contributors: Junichi Tokuda, PhD, Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH), Koichiro Murakami, MD, PhD (BWH, SUMS), Soichiro Tani, MD (SUMS), Shigeyuki Naka, MD, PhD (SUMS), Tohru Tani, MD, PhD (SUMS)
Contact: Atsushi Yamada, <email>ayamada@belle.shiga-med.ac.jp</email>

Shiga University of Medical Science (SUMS) in Japan  
NA-MIC  
NCIGT  

Module Description

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CA-UI3.png


Use Cases

Tutorials

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Panels and their use

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  • Annotations panel
    • This module allows to create four annotations: Left Bottom, Left Upper, Right Bottom and Right Upper. Each Enable button display each text you created.
    • Text format
      • @n: start a new line
      • @t: display timer
      • [3-10]: Element(1,0) of Node3
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  • Configurations panel
    • Display Panels check boxes can enable annotations you created to display on 3D, Red, Yellow, and Green views respectively.
    • Font Family selector can change font style.
    • Font color selector can change font color.
    • Font opacity slider bar can change opacity for displayed annotations.
    • Timer
      • Start button can start the timer.
      • Stop button can stop the timer count.
      • Reset button can reset the timer count.
      • Description
        • You can display timer count by typing "@t" in the annotation texts.
    • Node selectors
      • There are four node selector. You can select Transform Node you created by using Transform module.
      • Description
        • You can display the transform element (0,2) of Node1 by typing "[1-02]" in the annotation texts.
        • You can display the transform element (0,1) of Node2 by typing "[2-01]" in the annotation texts.


Similar Modules

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References

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