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Aug 1, 2020  02:08 PM | Francesco Vanzi
RE: Registration of 32-bit stacks
Originally posted by Greg Jefferis:
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Once you have calculated a registration between sample and template greyscale stacks (using munger or directly using cmtk registration and cmtk warp) you will only need to use reformatx to convert your sample space label field into a template space label field.

For example

reformatx --outputtype "uint" --pv --floating -o

should do what you need. I am not sure if you need the output type argument but it shouldn't hurt.

Best,

Greg.




Hi Greg,
thanks for your reply!!

Yes, that's exactly what I am trying to do! Sorry for the improper terms.
I tried the command you suggested but it produces no output.It runs with no error but the output file is not created.


Maybe I make a mistake in getting the xform file: I get it from the Registration\warp\..\registration.gz
I unzip the gz file and add the .xform extension.
When I use this for reformatting the sample image it works, but maybe it's not the right thing to do.
I am sorry to bother you with all these questions, I am just starting to enter the field, as you can tell!
So, thank you really a lot for all your help!!

Francesco

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