Documentation/Nightly/Extensions/FiberViewerLight

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Introduction and Acknowledgements

Author: Francois Budin
Contributors: Jean-Baptiste Berger (NIRAL, University of North Carolina), Clement Vachet (SCI Institute, University of Utah), Francois Budin (NIRAL, University of North Carolina), Martin Styner (NIRAL, University of North Carolina)
Contact: Francois Budin, <email>fbudin@unc.edu</email>
Website: http://www.nitrc.org/projects/fvlight/
License: Apache License, Version 2.0

Extension Description

Quick Tour of Features and Use

FiberViewerLight is a light version of FiberViewer. It is used for fiber clustering thanks to methods such as Length, Gravity, Hausdorff, or Mean Distribution and Normalized Cut.

A list panels in the interface, their features, what they mean, and how to use them.

  • Parameters:
    • input [--input] [-i]: VTK Input File
    • output [--output] [-o]: Output Folder
    • nogui [--nogui] : If this option is used, you will use the command line, DEFAULT=false Default value: false
    • use_danielsson_transform [--use_danielsson_transform] : If this option is used, computation will use Danielsson Transformation to calculate distances Default value: false
    • List of processes used for computation [--process_list] : List of comma separated methods that will be computed and which distance tables will be saved (Gravity,Mean,Hausdorff,NormCut)
    • Number of voxels on the x axis [--x_voxels] : Number of voxels on the x axis for the Danielsson Transform. Nb of voxels for others axis will be calculate to keep the original ratio. By default it will use a spacing of 1 Default value: -1
User Interface

Use Cases

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Information for Developers

More information as well as the source code can found on the project webpage: http://www.nitrc.org/projects/fvlight/