[slicer-users] reading imaging problems from Slicer
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Thu Aug 5 12:14:47 EDT 2010
I had to change the .dcm file names sometime ago, but I used windows
explorer to do the same:
AM Mohan Rao
On Thu, Aug 5, 2010 at 7:58 PM, jianxia <jianxia at bwh.harvard.edu> wrote:
> Good Morning!
> Thanks Mark and Andriy.
> It may great useful if Dicom converter in Slicer3 could be modified to
> allow the user
> more flexibility in controlling the name for the output files. And it may
> also useful for "save" data set with flexibility file name and format
> options either little endian or big endian in Slicer3.
> After Dicom converter in Slicer3, the data set look likes out of order(you
> can see the data set from: /d/bigweekly/janet), the browsing images is
> appropriately in Slicer3 but not Slicer2. I just found in Slicer2, it could
> only use Dicom read to load this data set and change the file name in it.
> Thanks a lot,
> On Wed, 4 Aug 2010 19:09:37 -0400, Andriy Fedorov <fedorov at bwh.harvard.edu
> > Just to clarify -- Jianxia demonstrated this problem to me. She is
> > trying to export the results she created in Slicer3 into Slicer2. For
> > some reason, nrrd reader does not work on her data. And with the
> > current configuration of DICOM writer in Slicer3, the files it creates
> > are not accepted by Slicer2.
> > Maybe Dicom converter in Slicer3 could be modified to allow the user
> > more flexibility in controlling the name for the output files?
> > Jianxia solved the problem by writing a perl script and renaming all
> > the files in the series. This solution may not be acceptable for all
> > the users.
> > On Wed, Aug 4, 2010 at 17:19, jianxia <jianxia at bwh.harvard.edu> wrote:
> >> Hello,
> >> Good afternoon!
> >> I have the problem to load the imaging as .dcm format set. It can only
> >> load the imaging as number of postfix, eg.dcm.001, dcm.002... When I try
> > to
> >> load the .dcm imaging data set I get an error message" " last image
> > must
> >> be a number". And also, for "create new dicom series" function, it
> > couldn't
> >> create new data set as number of postfix.
> >> Thank you very much in advances,
> >> Jianxia
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