dftadd 1.6.6 © 2000-2012 Turku PET Centre

For adding specified region data from file2 to file1. Files must have same number of frames. If the number of region is not specified, all TACs are added. If file1 does not exist, it will be created. Usage: dftadd [Options] <file1> <file2> [Number or name of VOI to add] Options: -sn Copied region names are changed to contain the study number -ovr Existing file1 is overwritten -nt Program does not mind if the time or calibration units do not match -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. Example 1: Add regions with name 'striatum' from file a123_12.dft into file a123_06.dft dftadd a123_06.dft a123_12.dft striatum Example 2a: Combine all DFT files with study number s6789 into a new file in MS Windows command prompt window for %g in (s6789*.dft) do dftadd combined.dft %g Example 2b: Combine all putamen TACs from DFT files a*.dft into a new file in MS Windows command prompt window for %g in (a*.dft) do dftadd -sn putamen.dft %g put Example 3: To convert a plain data file into full DFT format create a new new file with extension .dft dftadd -ovr new.dft plain.dat See also: dftlist, dftdel, dftbreak, dftcat, dftavg, dftren, dftunit Keywords: DFT, tool, simulation This program comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under GNU General Public License.


Last updated 2014-07-10 15:26:22