Woolz Image Processing  Version 1.7.5
WlzValuesFromCoords - creates an object in which the pixel/voxel values are those of their coordinates.
WlzValuesFromCoords [-h] [-D] [-R] [-S] [-o<output file>] [<input file>]
-h Help, prints usage message.
-o Output file name, default standard output.
-D Use double precision floating point values (instead of integer values)
-R Use a cylindrical (radial) rather than Cartesian coordinate system.
-S Split the comound object into seperate files, appending X, Y and Z (R, A and Z if radial) to the body of the output file name.
Reads a 2D or 3D spatial domain object and computes a compound object in which each component object has the domain of the input object and the values of it's pixel/voxel coordinates. When a compound object is output, the components are the column (x) coordinates followed by line (Y) and (for 3D objects), plane (Z) or radial (r), angle (a), plane (z) for radial. By default the input object is read from the standard input and the output is written to the standard output.
See Also
WlzIntro(1) WlzValuesFromCoords(1) WlzValuesFromCoords(3)