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NAME
rotateRotAxes  rotate each axis in a rotation axes file
SYNOPSIS
rotateRotAxes inFile outFile rotation
rotateRotAxes inFile outFile rotation flgInvert
rotateRotAxes inFile outFile rotation flgInvert flgEuler
DESCRIPTION
Generate a new rotation axes file in which each particle's rotation axis
has been rotated by a specifed amount from the starting orientation.
This is useful when generating copies of the original particles which
have been rotated about an axis other than the original rotation axis,
e.g. in preparation for symmetrization or when combining multiple
tomograms which were previously aligned separately.
 inFile

The file name of the input rotation axes file in csv format.
 outFile

The name to which the output file will be written. Previous
contents will be overwritten and lost if the file already exists.
 rotation

A string which can be evaluated as a Matlab vector specifying
3 floating point IMOD Slicer angles in degrees, e.g. "xAngle,yAngle,zAngle",
where xAngle, yAngle, and zAngle specify rotations about corresponding
tomogram axes, to be applied in the order ZYX . The composite rotation
can be thought of as applied to either a) the implied reference particle,
or b) the resulting average prior to any "align particles to have their Y
axes vertical" (flgAlignAverages) operation. By default the individual
particle rotation axes will rotate in the opposite direction unless
flgInvert
(see below) is true. If
flgEuler
is true (see below) the angles specified will be interpreted
as ZXZ Euler angles rather than ZYX Slicer angles.
 flgInvert (optional, default = 0)

If nonzero, perform the inverse of the usual transformation.
 flgEuler (optional, default = 0)

If nonzero, interpret the input angles as ZXZ Euler angles (entered
in the order "Z1,X,Z2") rather than ZYX Slicer angles.
AUTHOR
John Heumann
SEE ALSO
PEET(1)
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