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|0004274||Slicer4||Core: Segmentation||public||2016-10-07 11:44||2017-04-30 15:27|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version||Slicer 4.8.1|
|Summary||0004274: Slice interpolation access|
After giving multiple tutorial sessions on using Slicer for image segmentation, slice interpolation was one of the most requested features!
With the implementation complete, I notice that it is an option under the generically named "Smoothing" tool.
I would highly recommend that the Slice interpolation be given it's own button on the main list of functions, as it is so highly used. I haven't investigated the other smoothing options, but perhaps they should have their own buttons as well.
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I agree that the feature is kind of buried and it would be easier to find if it had a separate icon.
Now the feature is available in the "Auto-complete" effect.
The auto-complete effect now also has a preview feature, so you can inspect the segmentation and make adjustments in the input before accepting the final result.
Can one modify the parameters of the "Auto-complete" effect?
Both algorithms are great in the sense that they work optimally without requiring the user to tune any parameters. The only inputs users have to give is the partial segmentation. Do you have any particular behavior that you would like to control?
Also note that in tomorrow's nightly build there will be an auto-update option. This allows real-time preview of final segmentation for cases when update is very quick (mainly for "Grow from seeds" method for relatively small regions).
No, I think I said that because I tried once and didn't like how the result looked in 3D, but I guess that's a matter of modifying the parameters of the conversion to model, which I can change in Segmentations or convert it by myself after exporting the segmentation to a label map.
Yes, 3D model generation parameters are currently not very convenient to tune (you need to go to Segmentations module, select click Update button next to Closed surface representation, choose "binary labelmap->closed surface" rule, modify smoothing factor). We'll figure out a way to make it simpler.
Interpolation between slices is available as a separate effect now.
|2016-10-07 11:44||rankin||New Issue|
|2016-10-07 11:44||rankin||Status||new => assigned|
|2016-10-07 11:44||rankin||Assigned To||=> pinter|
|2016-10-11 17:16||lassoan||Note Added: 0014148|
|2016-10-14 09:27||pinter||Assigned To||pinter => lassoan|
|2016-10-15 13:39||lassoan||Note Added: 0014196|
|2016-10-20 10:31||fepegar||Note Added: 0014208|
|2016-10-20 11:27||lassoan||Note Added: 0014210|
|2016-10-20 11:29||lassoan||Note Added: 0014211|
|2016-10-20 11:31||fepegar||Note Added: 0014212|
|2016-10-20 11:34||lassoan||Note Added: 0014213|
|2017-04-30 15:27||lassoan||Note Added: 0014465|
|2017-04-30 15:27||lassoan||Status||assigned => closed|
|2017-04-30 15:27||lassoan||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2017-04-30 15:27||lassoan||Fixed in Version||=> Slicer 4.8.1|