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Outputting the Results

The results of the coregistration can be output in one of two ways: writing out a binary file (the AIR file) containing the transformation model, or re-slicing the source image volume. Pressing ``push" in the simple coreg tool will output the projection through the source image displayed in the currently active coreg Tv: pressing ``seq reslice" will reslice the whole source image volume, producing an image volume where the individual images are at equivalent positions to those in the target image volume. In either case the images will be entered onto the imcalc tool stack, and can be viewed in the imcalc tool Tvs. Pressing ``stack-seq" will delete the current sequence and copy the results stored in the imcalc tool stack into a new sequence, which can then be viewed or output via. the sequence tool.

Alternatively, the transformation model can be output as an AIR file. Enter the desired path and filename, either as an absolute or relative path (relative to the directory in which the tinaTool was run), into the ``AIR file" field, and press output. AIR files are in a binary format, and are compatible with the image registration program called AIR. AIR files can then be input in later sessions by pressing ``input". The transformation model parameters can also be displayed in the text window of the top level tinaTool, with the rotation parameters displayed as angle cosines, by pressing the ``dump" button.


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