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Colormap Image

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  • Started 8 years ago by GRGlenn
  • Latest reply from JHMI_Hangyi


  1. GRGlenn


    I am working on some programs in MATLAB for processing images created by DTIStudio, and I am just curious about how DTIStudio creates the colormap image. I can load all of the images fine, but if I try to recreate the colormap image by multiplying each element of the 1st eigenvector image by any of the DTI parameters, e.g. FA, I get an image that is much more pixelated than the one created by DTIStudio. Do you apply any sort of interpolation algorithm in the image processing, or is it a simple element-by-element multiplication? I am ultimately interested in investigating fiber tracking algorithms.


    Russell Glenn

    Posted 8 years ago #
  2. JHMI_Hangyi

    the color map is pixel-by-pixel by FA-weighted color-coding of eigen vector as: (R, G, B) = FA x (|Vx|, |Vy|, |Vz|).
    there is no extra processing (e.g. interpolation or smoothing) on it.

    Posted 8 years ago #

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