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DEI

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NAME

dei - DEI contrast processing.  

SYNOPSIS


dei [OPTIONS...] <minus> <plus>  

DESCRIPTION

Takes two images recorded in different positions of the analyzing crystal and process them with the DEI method separating the apparent absorption and clean refraction components and saving the requested one(s).

 

ARGUMENTS:

<minus>
Contrast in the minus position.
<plus>
Contrast in the plus position.
<minus>, <plus>. Two images recorded in different position of the analyzing crystal. Must be of equal sizes.
 

OPTIONS:

-r, --refraction=PATH
Image name to output refraction component.
-a, --absorption=PATH
Image name to output absorption component.
-i, --int
Output image(s) as integer.
If this option is not set, the output format defaults to the 32-bit float-point TIFF (regardless of the extension). If it is set, the image format is derived from the output file extension (TIFF if the extension does not correspond to any format).
 

DEI input parameters.


Options required for the DEI processing.
-m, --minus-rc=FLOAT
Reflectivity in the minus position [0.5]
-p, --plus-rc=FLOAT
Reflectivity in the plus position [0.5]
-M, --minus-drv=FLOAT
Derivative of the RC in the minus position [1.0]
-P, --plus-drv=FLOAT
Derivative of the RC in the plus position [-1.0]
 

Standard options.

-v, --verbose
Verbose output.
-?, --usage
Outputs brief usage message.
-h, --help
Outputs help message.
When combined with the "-v|--verbose" option may output more detailed message.

 

SEE ALSO:


ctas(1), ctas-bg(1), ctas-ct(1), ctas-ct-abs(1), ctas-ct-dei(1), ctas-ct-edei(1), ctas-ct-ipc(1), ctas-dei(1), ctas-edei(1), ctas-ipc(1), ctas-f2i(1), ctas-ff(1), ctas-sino(1), ctas-sino-abs(1), ctas-sino-dei(1), ctas-sino-ipc(1), ctas-ts(1), ctas-ct-line(1)


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
ARGUMENTS:
OPTIONS:
DEI input parameters.
Standard options.
SEE ALSO:

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