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NAME

       vbim - manipulate 3D and 4D volumes

SYNOPSIS

       vbim <flag> ...

DESCRIPTION

       vbim is part of the VoxBo suite of tools for brain image analysis.

       vbim   is   a   multi-purpose   program  that  applies  various  simple
       manipulations to 3D and 4D images.

OPTIONS

       vbim performs a set  of  operations,  specified  by  option  flags,  in
       sequence.   To  get a complete list of available flags, run the program
       with no arguments.

EXAMPLES

       To get very basic info about a file:

              vbim foo.nii -info

       To get more detailed information about the data within a mask:

              vbim foo.nii -regioninfo mask.nii

       To apply a mask to a 3D image and write out the result:

              vbim image.nii -mask mask.nii -write maskedimage.nii

       To mask a 4D image:

              vbim image.nii -mask mask.nii -write4D maskedimage.nii

       To average a bunch of 3D volumes:

              vbim *.nii.gz -average -write mean.nii.gz

       To create a lesion count map from a set of lesion masks:

              vbim *.nii -count -write count.nii.gz

       To create a 4D volume (20x20x20 voxels, 32-bit int, 10 time points)  of
       random data with a mean of 100 and sd of 10:

              vbim  -newvol  20  20  20  10  int32  -addnoise  100 10 -write3d
              myvol.nii

NOTES

AVAILABILITY

       Pre-built VoxBo binaries are available for Linux, OSX, and Cygwin,  and
       via the NeuroDebian project (neuro.debian.net) for Debian derivatives.

CAVEATS

       VoxBo is provided with no warranty whatsoever.

AUTHOR

       For   an  historical  roster  of  the  VoxBo  development  team,  visit
       www.voxbo.org.

SEE ALSO

       For detailed help on any VoxBo command-line program,  run  it  with  no
       arguments.   For  graphical  programs,  use the -h flag.  For more help
       with VoxBo, for information about the mailing list, or to report  bugs,
       visit the web site at www.voxbo.org.

       For  information  about  file  format  support  in  VoxBo,  see  voxbo-
       fileformats(7).  For general information about VoxBo, see voxbo(7).