Woolz Image Processing  Version 1.7.5
WlzReconstruct - reconstructs a 3D object using the information in a Reconstruct bibfile.
WlzReconstruct  [-h] [-o <out obj file>] [-T <out obj fmt>] [-b <out bibfile>]
                [-f] [-g] [-h] [-i] [-l] [-L] [-p]
                [-s #] [-m #] [-c #,#,#] [-C #,#,#] <input bibfile>
-h Prints usage information.
o Output object file name.
T Output object file format.
b Output bib file, the default is the same file name as the output object file name but with a .bib file extension.
o Output file name.
f Force overwriting of files, without this option confirmation is needed.
g Use resource greedy algorithms.
h Help - show this usage information.
i Use integer scaling.
l Use slow but accurate filter when sampling output.
p Use fast sampling.
s Scaling factor (eg 0.5 implies half linear dimension of source).
m Match all section histograms to the section with the given index.
c Clip the source (2D sections) using the given bounding box.
C Clip the destination (3D object) using the given bounding box.
Reads a reconstruction bibfile either from the command line or the standard input and constructs a 3D object. The reconstruction process is controlled by the values in the bibfile, many of which can be overridden on the command line. Unless the force flag is set overwriting files will require a confirmation.

By default ./WlzReconstruct reads from it's standard input and writes to it's standard output. Any bounding boxes specified on the command line should have the format


Both bounding box and scale components may be specified using standard floating point formats.

WlzReconstruct -f -b new.bib recon.bib
Reads the reconstruction bib file from recon.bib and constructs a 3D object which is written to the object file name specified in the bib file. a new bib file will be created for the reconstruction and written to new.bib. Because of the -f flag any existing files may be overwriten without confirmation.
See Also
WlzIntro(1) WlzConstruct3D(1)