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The following programs are used by various EMMA functions and are not
normally needed by the user.
- miwriteimages - Writes images to a MINC file. The
images are taken from the specified temporary file, whose data is
expected to be stored as doubles. The MINC file must exist, and
contain an image structure (create with micreate and then
miwriteimages <MINC file> <slices> <frames> <temp file>
- micreateimage - Create a new MINC file, complete with
image dimensions, dimension and dimension-width variables, image
max/min variables, and (of course) the image variable. If the new
file is based on a ``parent'' MINC file, any other variables and
global attributes will be copied from the parent to the new file. As
much information as can be copied about the image and image
dimensions will also be copied, but the fact that the new file may or
may not have the same orientation, dimensions, and dimension lengths
as its parent complicates matters greatly.
micreateimage <MINC file> [option] [option] ...
- miwritevar - Writes values to a variable in a MINC file.
Values are taken from the specified temporary file, whose data is
expected to be stored as doubles.
miwritevar <MINC file> <var name> <start vector> <length
vector> <temp file>