dft2csv 0.3.1 © 2010,2012 by Turku PET Centre

Converts PET tracer time-activity curve data in DFT format (1), or IFT data, to CSV (comma-separated values) data, which can be easily imported to other software, including Excel. Usage: dft2csv [Options] <DFT file> [CSV file] Options: -separator=<<comma>|<semi-colon>|<tab>> By default comma is used as the separator, but semicolon or tabulator may be needed to import data to Excel or other software, depending on the localization settings. Use tabulator to import data to Origin. This setting affects also decimal points/commas. -header=<Yes|no> Descriptive title lines (if header information is available) can be included (default), or not included. -mid Frame mid time is written in CSV file instead of frame start and end. -h or --help Print this message and exit. --version or --build Print software build information and exit. --silent Program works silently, printing only error and warning messages. --verbose Program prints more information about what it is doing. Examples: 1. Convert one DFT file and enter the name for CSV file dft2csv ae426.dft ae426.csv 2. Convert all DFT files in current working directory in MS Windows command shell, using decimal commas and semi-colon as separator for %g in (*.dft) do dft2csv -separator=semi-colon %g References: 1. http://www.turkupetcentre.net/analysis/doc/format_dft.html 2. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comma-separated_values See also: csv2dft, dft2res, dft2html, dft2pmod, dftunit Keywords: DFT, IFT, CSV, Excel, file format conversion, tools This program comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under GNU General Public License.

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