Examine the values in spherical harmonic images to estimate (and optionally change) the SH basis used
shbasis [ options ] SH [ SH ... ]
- SH: the input image(s) of SH coefficients.
In previous versions of MRtrix, the convention used for storing spherical harmonic coefficients was a non-orthonormal basis (the m!=0 coefficients were a factor of sqrt(2) too large). This error has been rectified in the new MRtrix (assuming that compilation was performed without the USE_NON_ORTHONORMAL_SH_BASIS symbol defined), but will cause issues if processing SH data that was generated using an older version of MRtrix (or vice-versa).
This command provides a mechanism for testing the basis used in storage of image data representing a spherical harmonic series per voxel, and allows the user to forcibly modify the raw image data to conform to the desired basis.
- -convert mode convert the image data in-place to the desired basis (if necessary). Options are: old, new, native (whichever basis MRtrix is compiled for; most likely the new orthonormal basis), force_oldtonew, force_newtoold. Note that for the “force_*” choices should ideally only be used in cases where the command is unable to automatically determine the SH basis using the existing image data.
- -info display information messages.
- -quiet do not display information messages or progress status.
- -debug display debugging messages.
- -force force overwrite of output files. Caution: Using the same file as input and output might cause unexpected behaviour.
- -nthreads number use this number of threads in multi-threaded applications (set to 0 to disable multi-threading)
- -failonwarn terminate program if a warning is produced
- -help display this information page and exit.
- -version display version information and exit.
Author: Robert E. Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Copyright: Copyright (c) 2008-2017 the MRtrix3 contributors.
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