[Insight-users] how to read the output deformation file

Karthik Krishnan Karthik.Krishnan at kitware.com
Mon Mar 7 15:13:41 EST 2005

Hi Gourong,

The deformation field is just an image with vector values at each pixel.
The file format will depend on what you specify in the command line
params in the program. You could store it as a .mhd file.

Just in case your intent is tovisualize the field or play with it, you
could avoid writing a reader by using Paraview.
See sect 8.14 of the software guide:
http://www.itk.org/ItkSoftwareGuide-2.0.0.pdf for details on how to
visualize 2D/3D deformation fields in paraview. For more details, there
is the Paraview Guide book


Guorong Wu wrote:

>Hello ITK:
>    I've performed a non-rigid registration algorithm of ITK (DeformableRegistration5.cxx) and got the deformation file. I want to write a C program outside of ITK to read this output file. But I don't know how this output deformation file is organized. Would you help me? thanks.			
>        Guorong Wu
>        grwu at sjtu.edu.cn
>          2005-03-07
>Guorong Wu	
>The Department of Computer Science and Technology
>Shanghai Jiao Tong University
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