tsv2dft 0.2.1 © 2006,2009 by Turku PET Centre

Convert regional time-activity curve (TAC) data created in Amide (a Medical Imaging Data Examiner)(1) saved as *.tsv files into DFT format (2). Usage: tsv2dft [Options] <Amide *.tsv file(s)> Options: -min | -sec Convert time units to minutes or seconds; by default in seconds. -unit=<unit string> TSV file does not contain information on the calibration units. If you know the units, set it with this option, for example -unit=Bq/mL -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 lots of information about what it is doing --dry Dry run: nothing is actually changed. Example: Convert all TSV files to DFT files; sample times are converted to minutes, and concentrations are known to be in units Bq/mL: tsv2dft -min -unit=Bq/mL *.tsv References: 1. Amide web site http://amide.sourceforge.net/ 2. DFT format http://www.turkupetcentre.net/analysis/doc/format_dft.html See also: xel2dft, cpt2dft, idwc2dft, if2dft, csv2dft, dftunit Keywords: Amide, DFT, TAC, format conversion, tool 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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