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Clip Anisotropy

Clip Anisotropy

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General Information

Module Type & Category

Type: CLI

Category: Diffusion.GTRACT

Authors, Collaborators & Contact

Author: This tool was developed by Vincent Magnotta and Greg Harris.


Contact: name, email

Module Description

Program title Clip Anisotropy
Program description This program will zero the first and/or last slice of an anisotropy image, creating a clipped anisotropy image.
Program version 4.0.0
Program documentation-url -


Use Cases, Examples

This module is especially appropriate for these use cases:

  • Use Case 1:
  • Use Case 2:

Examples of the module in use:

  • Example 1:
  • Example 2:


  • Tutorial 1
    • Data Set 1

Quick Tour of Features and Use

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

  • Image Files and Parameters
    • Input Image Volume [--inputVolume] : Required: input image file name
    • Output Image Volume [--outputVolume] : Required: name of output NRRD file containing the clipped anisotropy image
    • Clip First Slice [--clipFirstSlice] : Clip the first slice of the anisotropy image Default value: 0
    • Clip Last Slice [--clipLastSlice] : Clip the last slice of the anisotropy image Default value: 0

User Interface


Notes from the Developer(s)

Algorithms used, library classes depended upon, use cases, etc.


Other modules or packages that are required for this module's use.


On the Dashboard, these tests verify that the module is working on various platforms:

Known bugs

Links to known bugs in the Slicer3 bug tracker

Usability issues

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Source code & documentation

Links to the module's source code:

Source code:

Doxygen documentation:

More Information


Funding for this version of the GTRACT program was provided by NIH/NINDS R01NS050568-01A2S1


Publications related to this module go here. Links to pdfs would be useful.