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neuroelf_gui_-_rendering_ui [2011/04/25 17:51]
jochen altered image to reflected v0.9c
neuroelf_gui_-_rendering_ui [2011/05/08 01:59] (current)
jochen updated to v0.9c
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 The dialog has the following controls and properties: The dialog has the following controls and properties:
   * read-only edit box showing the anatomical dataset used for rendering (whatever object is selected while the dialog is invoked)   * read-only edit box showing the anatomical dataset used for rendering (whatever object is selected while the dialog is invoked)
-  * drop-down box to chose an additional (secondary) anatomical dataset used for alpha (transparency) information (e.g. to make certain parts of the volume semi-transparent)¬†+  ​* colored buttons for the background as well as the lower and upper boundary values for the anatomical dataset, followed by a dropdown box defining the color-blending mechanism¬†
-  * alpha-level factor for this secondary dataset+  ​* drop-down box to chose an additional (secondary) anatomical dataset used for alpha (transparency) information (e.g. to make certain parts of the volume semi-transparent), followed by the alpha-level factor for this secondary dataset ​(edit box)
   * slice stepping controls (from, to, step size) which determine which planes in the 3D space will be sampled (smaller step sizes increase quality for high-res images)   * slice stepping controls (from, to, step size) which determine which planes in the 3D space will be sampled (smaller step sizes increase quality for high-res images)
   * planar bounding box controls (Y/Z from and to) which determine the coordinate space per sampled slice   * planar bounding box controls (Y/Z from and to) which determine the coordinate space per sampled slice
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   * statistical alpha-level (negative values produce soft edges, as lower thresholds will be scaled between 0 and 1 internally already)   * statistical alpha-level (negative values produce soft edges, as lower thresholds will be scaled between 0 and 1 internally already)
   * join maps, controls whether for multiple selected maps the colors are to represent a mixed color (joined) or the "​top-most"​ color (in order of VMP container)   * join maps, controls whether for multiple selected maps the colors are to represent a mixed color (joined) or the "​top-most"​ color (in order of VMP container)
 +  * statistics visibility restriction settings (multiplication with anatomical alpha checkbox and minimum anatomical alpha requirement)
   * statistics smoothing, this controls whether, regardless of edge smoothing, the **sampled slices** will be smoothed (does not affect actual map)   * statistics smoothing, this controls whether, regardless of edge smoothing, the **sampled slices** will be smoothed (does not affect actual map)
   * minimal visibility (through how much space of brain/skull should activations be visible at least?)   * minimal visibility (through how much space of brain/skull should activations be visible at least?)
 +  * interpolation method choice dropdowns (separately for anatomical and statistical datasets)
   * show continuously updated version of rendering   * show continuously updated version of rendering
-  * target filename+  * target filename ​and saving checkbox
   * UI close button   * UI close button
   * Render button   * Render button
neuroelf_gui_-_rendering_ui.txt · Last modified: 2011/05/08 01:59 by jochen