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lyngby_write_sdt

(export/lyngby/lyngby_write_sdt.m)


Function Synopsis

lyngby_write_sdt(filename, X, siz, arg1, ...

Help text

 lyngby_write_sdt     - Write a volume/datamatrix to SDT/SPR file

        function lyngby_write_sdt(filename, X, siz, ...
                'PropertyName', 'PropertyValue');
                
        Input:    filename  Filename 
                  X         Volume or datamatrix
                  siz       x,y,z,[t] Number of pixels and timepoints

        Property: VoxelDim  {[0.001 0.0001 0.0001 1]} Voxel size
                            in meters and time intervals in
                            seconds ('interval' in the SPR)
                  Precision [ 8 | {16} | 32 | 64 ] Precision
                            (bit per voxel).
                  Datatype  [ float | {signed} ] 
                            If float is off then the default
                            precision is 16
                  Endian    [ {big} | little ] Byte ordering
                            within the word 
                  SdtOrient [ {ax} | cor | sag ] Orientation of
                            the slices
                  Fov       [ {voxelDim * siz} ] Field of view
                  Origin    [ {-fov/2+voxelDim/2} ] Position of
                            the center of the first voxel 
                  Scale     [ {0} | 1 ] Scaling of pixel
                            values. Does not apply in connection
                            with 'float'.
 
       This functions write Stimulate SDT (data) and SPR (header)
       files. It is not able to handle write the COMPLEX datatype. 

       Ref: Stimulate, http://www.cmrr.umn.edu/stimulate/
            http://www.cmrr.umn.edu/stimulate/stimUsersGuide/

       See also LYNGBY, LYNGBY_READ_SDT, LYNGBY_WRITE_ANA,
                LYNGBY_WRITE_VAPET. 

 $Id: lyngby_write_sdt.m,v 1.6 2003/03/04 15:38:20 fnielsen Exp $

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