Regularize Z Spacing¶
This Filter "resamples" the 3D array in the Z-direction (which is generally taken as the sectioning direction). The Image Geometry assumes all Cells are of the same size (dx x dy x dx). If the Z locations (i.e., slice positions) are not uniform, then the user can enter a list of the actual Z locations and a desired uniform "resolution". The format of the list file is each Z slice position on a separate line. The Filter will then create a new volume with uniform Z locations and determine which of the old "slices" should be copied to the new "slices". Below is an example:
If a dataset had 10 sections with the following locations:
|Old Slice #||Old Slice Location|
and the user wanted a uniform resolution of 3, then the following mapping would occur
|New Slice #||New Slice Location||Old Slice # Used|
Note: No interpolation of the data is performed and the nearest "old slice" is copied to a given "new slice".
|Current Z Positions File||File Path||The input file path of the Z positions file|
|New Z Resolution||float||Uniform resolution desired in the Z direction of the new grid|
|Kind||Default Name||Type||Component Dimensions||Description|
|Attribute Matrix||CellData||Cell||N/A||Regularized Cell Attribute Matrix name|
License & Copyright¶
Please see the description file distributed with this Plugin
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