dtmslice viewing controls
dtmslice viewing controls#
dtmslice is a 3D tomogram viewer with many powerful annotation tools -
see the documentation here.
This document explains the basics of visualising a tomogram in
dtmslice depicts a 2D slice of a 3D volume at its position within the 3D volume.
Important parameters of the slice are
positionof the slice
thicknessof the slice
the projection direction of the slice
opacityof the slice
Some parameters can be controlled from the
Shown slice controls on the left hand side of
A slice can be moved along it’s projection direction by
left-click + dragging the mouse
or using the mouse wheel.
The projection direction can easily be changed between
‘x’, ‘y’ or ‘z’ by hitting the
z keys with your mouse on the slice.
Mouse position controls the new position of the slice.
You can move the camera around the scene by
left-click + dragging the mouse.
You can save a copy of the active slice in
dtmslice by hitting the
thickness of 10 means that the displayed slice will be an average over 10 slices
along the projection direction.