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       WarpTimeSeriesImageMultiTransform - part of ANTS registration suite


       Usage     1     (Forward     warp):    WarpTimeSeriesImageMultiTransform    ImageDimension
       <moving_image.ext> <output_image.ext>  -R  <fixed_image.ext>  <MyWarp.ext>  <MyAffine.txt>

       Usage 2 (Inverse warp): WarpTimeSeriesImageMultiTransform ImageDimension <fixed_image.ext>
       <output_image.ext>   -R   <moving_image.ext>   -i    <MyAffine.txt>    <MyInverseWarp.ext>

       Usage Information

              : 3 or 4 (required argument).

              :  The  image to apply the transformation to. The moving_image will be either a 3-D
              image with vector voxels or a 4D image with scalar voxels.

              : The resulting image. Output will be of the  same  type  as  input,  but  will  be
              resampled to the domain size defined by the -R image.

       <MyWarp.ext> <MyAffine.txt>
              :   Mappings  can  be  stringed  together,  e.g.:  MyAffine.txt  MySecondAffine.txt
              MyWarp.nii.gz MySecondWarp.nii.gz -i MyInverseAffine.txt


       -i     : Will use the inversion of the following affine transform.

       -R     : Reference image space that you wish to warp into.

              : Equivalient to -i -mh, or -fh -i -mh if  used  together  with  -R.  It  uses  the
              orientation matrix and origin encoded in the image file header.

              :  Computes the tightest bounding box using all the affine transformations. It will
              be overrided by -R <reference_image.ext> if given.

              These options can be used together with -R and are typically not used together with
              any other transforms.

              : Use Nearest Neighbor Interpolator

              : Use 3rd order B-Spline Interpolation.