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MOTL2Slicer
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NAME
MOTL2Slicer  convert ZXZ Euler angles to ZYX "Slicer" angles
SYNOPSIS
MOTL2Slicer
MOTL2Slicer inputFilename outputFilename
MOTL2Slicer inputFilename outputFilename flgInvert
DESCRIPTION
MOTL2Slicer converts one or more ZXZ Euler angles (in degrees)
to corresponding or inverse ZYX Slicer angles, and will either print the
results or save them to an output file in comma separated value format.
If no arguments are supplied, the program will prompt the user for
Euler angles, and will display the corresponding Slicer angles.
Conversely, if input and output filenames are provided, results will be
read from and written to these files. Input files can be in either of
2 formats. If every line of the input file contains 3 comma separated
values, each line will be taken as Z1, X, and Z2 angles in degrees.
Alternatively, if every line after the first contains 20 comma separated
values, the file will be assumed to be a motive list, and Z1, X, and Z2
will be taken from columns 17, 19, and 18, respectively.
By default, the output Slicer angles will correspond to the inverse of
the transform specified by the input Euler angles. If the uninverted
transform is desired, set flgInvert to 0.
 inputFilename (optional)

is the path to either a motive list or a coma separated value file with
3 columns containing the ZXZ Euler angles tp be converted.
 outputFilename (optional)

is the name to which the output Slicer angles will be written. Note that
Slicer angles are written in the order X (1st), Y (2nd), and Z (3rd)
even though they are to be applied in the order ZYX.
 flgInvert (optional, default = 1)

If 0, Slicer angles corresponding to the original tranform (rather than
its inverse) will be output.
AUTHOR
John Heumann
SEE ALSO
PEET(1), MOTL2Relion(1), slicer2MOTL(1), and slicer2Relion(1)
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