xmipp_image_separate_objects (v3.0)


Separate different disconnected objects in a binary volume. In this way, small objects can be separated from large ones in reconstructions. This is very useful for reconstructions. Objects are written in separate files as binary volumes, too. Output volume number 1 is the background, number 2 corresponds to object 1, number 3 to object 2 ... This program also tells you the number of voxels on each object.

See also
transform_morphology transform_threshold transform_mask volume_segment


-i <fn_in>
Input image or volume
--oroot <fn_root=>
Root filename for output By default, the input name The output masks are _000001.vol, ...
Produce inverse masks
--min_size <size=0>
Save if size is greater than this

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