mia-2dseriescorr(1) Evaluate the time-intensity correlation in a series of images.

SYNOPSIS

mia-2dseriescorr -i <in-base> -o <outname> [options]

DESCRIPTION

mia-2dseriescorr Given a set of images of temporal sucession, evaluates images that represent the time-intensity correlation in horizontal and vertical direction as well as average correlation of each pixel with its neighbors. All input images must be of the same pixel type and size.

OPTIONS

-i --in-base=(input, required); io
input file name base For supported file types see PLUGINS:2dimage/io
-o --outname=(output, required); io
output file name to save the avarage per-pixel correlation For supported file types see PLUGINS:2dimage/io
-z --horizontal=(output); io
horiZontal correlation output file name For supported file types see PLUGINS:2dimage/io
-t --vertical=(output); io
verTical correlation output file name For supported file types see PLUGINS:2dimage/io
-k --skip=2
skip images at beginning of seriesskip images at beginning of series
-e --end=60
last image in serieslast image in series

Help & Info

-V --verbose=warning
verbosity of output, print messages of given level and higher priorities. Supported priorities starting at lowest level are:
info - Low level messages
trace - Function call trace
fail - Report test failures
warning - Warnings
error - Report errors
debug - Debug output
message - Normal messages
fatal - Report only fatal errors
--copyright
print copyright information
-h --help
print this help
-? --usage
print a short help
--version
print the version number and exit

Processing

--threads=-1
Maxiumum number of threads to use for processing,This number should be lower or equal to the number of logical processor cores in the machine. (-1: automatic estimation).Maxiumum number of threads to use for processing,This number should be lower or equal to the number of logical processor cores in the machine. (-1: automatic estimation).

PLUGINS: 2dimage/io

bmp
BMP 2D-image input/output support

Recognized file extensions: .BMP, .bmp

 
Supported element types:
binary data, unsigned 8 bit, unsigned 16 bit

 
datapool
Virtual IO to and from the internal data pool

Recognized file extensions: [email protected]

 
dicom
2D image io for DICOM

Recognized file extensions: .DCM, .dcm

 
Supported element types:
signed 16 bit, unsigned 16 bit

 
exr
a 2dimage io plugin for OpenEXR images

Recognized file extensions: .EXR, .exr

 
Supported element types:
unsigned 32 bit, floating point 32 bit

 
jpg
a 2dimage io plugin for jpeg gray scale images

Recognized file extensions: .JPEG, .JPG, .jpeg, .jpg

 
Supported element types:
unsigned 8 bit

 
png
a 2dimage io plugin for png images

Recognized file extensions: .PNG, .png

 
Supported element types:
binary data, unsigned 8 bit, unsigned 16 bit

 
raw
RAW 2D-image output support

Recognized file extensions: .RAW, .raw

 
Supported element types:
binary data, signed 8 bit, unsigned 8 bit, signed 16 bit, unsigned 16 bit, signed 32 bit, unsigned 32 bit, floating point 32 bit, floating point 64 bit

 
tif
TIFF 2D-image input/output support

Recognized file extensions: .TIF, .TIFF, .tif, .tiff

 
Supported element types:
binary data, unsigned 8 bit, unsigned 16 bit, unsigned 32 bit

 
vista
a 2dimage io plugin for vista images

Recognized file extensions: .V, .VISTA, .v, .vista

 
Supported element types:
binary data, signed 8 bit, unsigned 8 bit, signed 16 bit, unsigned 16 bit, signed 32 bit, unsigned 32 bit, floating point 32 bit, floating point 64 bit

 

EXAMPLE

Evaluate the time-intensity correaltions for an image series imageXXXX.png starting at image 2 and stop at image 30. Store the results in horizontal.exr, and vertical.exr.
mia-2dseriescorr -i image0000.png -k 2 -e 30 -z horizontal.exr -t vertical.exr

AUTHOR(s)

Gert Wollny

COPYRIGHT

This software is Copyright (c) 1999-2015 Leipzig, Germany and Madrid, Spain. It comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY and you may redistribute it under the terms of the GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE Version 3 (or later). For more information run the program with the option '--copyright'.