fslcog: Image Center of Gravity (FSL)

Description Usage Arguments Value Note Examples

Description

Find Center of Gravity of Image from FSL

Usage

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fslcog(img, mm = TRUE, verbose = TRUE, ts = FALSE)

Arguments

img

Object of class nifti, or path of file

mm

Logical if the center of gravity (COG) would be in mm (default TRUE) or voxels (FALSE)

verbose

(logical) print out command before running

ts

(logical) is the series a timeseries (4D), invoking -t option

Value

Vector of length 3 unless ts option invoked

Note

FSL uses a 0-based indexing system, which will give you a different answer compared to cog, but fslcog(img, mm = FALSE) +1 should be relatively close to cog(img)

Examples

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if (have.fsl()){
x = array(rnorm(1e6), dim = c(100, 100, 100))
img = nifti(x, dim= c(100, 100, 100), 
datatype = convert.datatype()$FLOAT32, cal.min = min(x), 
cal.max = max(x), pixdim = rep(1, 4))
fslcog(img)
}

neuroconductor-devel/fslr documentation built on May 23, 2019, 1:50 p.m.