Web: Categorize Images
Interactively categorize images from an image montage.
Displays montage of images. The montage can be created from:
- A series of sequentially named images.
- Web Asks for beginning image file name. Then Web asks
for the Last File number in the montage. One can optionally
specify the starting location for the first image and the
number of frames (images) displayed on a row. Note: This
does not work for a series of stacked images. If you have
stacked images use the next option. If you do not have a
selection document file you can create one using the SPIDER :
- A selection document file list containing image or stacked
- Web Asks for document file name. The document file
must have the image numbers in the first register (not in the
key). Then Web asks for the Image file template, which is the
template for naming the series of files whose numbers are listed
in the selection document file. This template can either be for a
series of individual images or for a single stack (e.g.: AVG*** or
avgstk@***). One can optionally limit the range of images
selected from the document file. Also one can optionally specify
the starting location for the first image and the number of frames
(images) displayed on a row.
Web now asks for an output SPIDER document file name. The
categorizations will be written into this file. Web also asks the
starting key number for the document file and the number of
categories which can be assigned.
User can now assign a category to any image in the
montage by using the left mouse button to select images.
category number is toggled using the middle mouse button.
The image file numbers and their corresponding categories are
stored in a document file.
Last updated : 9/8/08