[slicer-users] load a FS surface label into 3D slicer

Prapti Gautam Prapti.Gautam at anu.edu.au
Tue May 25 23:18:54 EDT 2010


Great thank you, that solved the problem, 

Prapti

 
-----Original Message-----
From: Nicole Aucoin [mailto:nicole at bwh.harvard.edu] 
Sent: Wednesday, 26 May 2010 1:48 AM
To: Prapti Gautam
Cc: slicer-users at bwh.harvard.edu
Subject: Re: [slicer-users] load a FS surface label into 3D slicer

Slicer can load surface geometry in the .curv and .w FreeSurfer formats 
through the Add Model functionality. Once the base geometry is read in, 
you can add a scalar overlay to a selected model using the Add Scalar 
Overlay functionality (assuming that the scalar overlay matches up value

to vertex with the model geometry). These scalar overlays can be in 
.label, .annot, .mgz format (the last being the volume format).
But we don't support just reading in a surface label file on it's own, 
it has to be associated with a geometry file.

Nicole


Prapti Gautam wrote:
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> I am trying to load a custom-made FreeSurfer surface label in Slicer 
> 3D as a volume file, but have not been able to do so satisfactorily. I

> have created a label file in the format of both .label and .annot .. 
> Has anyone encountered this problem before and has found a solution 
> for it ?
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