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  • From: Darrell Swenson <>
  • To: oka <>
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  • Subject: [SCIRUN-USERS] Re:
  • Date: Mon, 26 Jul 2010 09:36:44 -0700
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Yes, that is correct.  However, where it says filename, it is referring to the file, not the segmented .nrrd file.  So, you will have to open the example file and set the "model_input_file" and set the number of materials in the "mats" and "mat_names" field.  The rest you can leave as default until you get a better handle on what each parameter does.  Good luck and I hope I answered your question.



2010/7/25 oka <>

I am a biginner for SciRun.
I ran Seg3D and get 3D mesh
after segmentation.
BioMesh3D manual says
bin/ -i
Is this correct ?
I use SciRun4.4 on Windows.
Is this like following ?
python bin/ -i  filename
input command is all right for fileinput ?

Best regards,

oka <>

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