- 1 Open
- 2 Save As
- 3 Save All
- 4 Close All
- 5 Next/Previous Image
- 6 Next/Previous Image for All
- 7 Next/Previous Time Point
- 8 Zoom Out
- 9 Partial Zoom Out
- 10 Zoom Filter
- 11 Partial Zoom In
- 12 Zoom In
- 13 Revert
- 14 Copy and Paste Zoom
- 15 Invert
- 16 Automatic Window Levels
- 17 Color Map
- 18 Clear Center Points
- 19 Clear Overlays
- 20 Hide All Objects
- 21 Display Image as Acquired
- 22 Reformat Image
- 23 Multi View Crossbar
- 24 Histogram
- 25 Crop Image
- 26 About Spin
- 27 Rotate
When you click on the open icon, the below window will appear and the user can select the image that he wants to see and then click open.
When you click on the "save as" icon the below window will popup and the the user can save the image by providing the name and type of image and then clicking on save. Images can be saved as: IMA (*.ima), DICOM(*.dcm), analyze(*.hdr), JPEG(*.jpg), TIFF(*.tif), PNG(*.png), GIF(*.gif), BMP(*.bmp), JPEG 2000(*.jp2).
When you click on the "save all open files in one destination folder" icon the below window will pop up and the the user can click Yes to save them all in one folder or No to cancel.
If you click yes, you will get the following window and you must either create a new folder and save all of the images to it or save them all to a pre-existing folder (as we can see in the following window).
When you click on the "close all the windows" icon all the images/windows in the working space will be closed.
The buttons have the following function in this order: move to the very first slice; previous slice; next slice; very last slice. This command will allow the user to look through the image volume by moving it to the first, last, next or previous acquired image.
Next/Previous Image for All
These two icons move to the next or previous slice in all the windows.
Next/Previous Time Point
These two icons move to the next or previous time point.
Zoom out the entire image: select the image you want to zoom out by clicking on the image itself and then click on the "zoom out the entire image" icon. This will give you the zoomed out image in a smaller window.
Partial Zoom Out
Zoom out: select the image you want to zoom out by clicking on the image itself and then click on the zoom out icon. You will get the zoomed out area in a smaller window size than the original window size.
Applies a Hanning filter to remove Gibbs ringing during the Fourier (Windowed Sinc) zoom. A stronger filter will remove more ringing but also cause more blurring. The strength of the filter can be set under preferences.
Partial Zoom In
To zoom in, select the image you want to zoom in on by clicking on the image itself. When you click on the "zoom in" icon you will get a square, which the user can move to the desired area to be zoomed in on in the image. The zoomed in area will be within the original window size.
To zoom in on the entire image, click the desired image itself and then click on the "zoom in the entire image" icon. The zoomed in image will appear in a larger window.
To revert an image to the original size, select the image you want in its original size/intensity by clicking on the image itself and then click on the "go back to the original size" icon. The image will return to its original size and intensity level.
Copy and Paste Zoom
This command will copy the zoom amount and location from the current image to all open images. Select the image you want to copy the zoom from, then click on the "copy zoom" icon and all other images will be zoomed identically. To copy and paste to individual images, use the copy/paste zoom in the edit menu.
To invert the gray scale of an image, select the desired image and then click on the "invert the image" icon. This will create the same image with inverted gray scale.
Automatic Window Levels
This turns on automatic window levels, so the window levels are adjusted for each slice as you move through the volume based on the recommended window levels written in the DICOM header (DICOM only). For all other image types, when the button is pressed, the window levels are automatically adjusted for the current slice, but they are not readjusted as you move from slice to slice. Manually adjusting the window levels turns off the automatic settings for DICOM images. To reactivate the automatic settings, hit the button again.
This command assists in coloring the image by giving red for the highest intensity and blue or purple for the lowest intensity. First, select the image to which you want to add colors, then click on the "apply pseudo color map" icon which will create the image with colors according to the scale on the right of the image (red is the highest intensity, green is medium intensity and blue is the lowest intensity).
Clear Center Points
Clears center points.
This command will clear all the drawing the user made on the image. Select the image you want to remove your drawing from, then click on the "apply clear the image" icon and all the drawing will be cleared out.
Hide All Objects
Display Image as Acquired
This command can return the image to the original view as which it was acquired. Click on the image and then click on the "display image as acquired" icon and you will see the image in its original acquired view.
This command formats the image in transverse view, sagital view, coronal view or multi view respectively. The image will be automatically interpolated to be isotropic (DICOM only). For all other image types, the interpolation can be adjusted in the image parameters menu.
Multi View Crossbar
When the multi view is selected (transverse, sagittal and coronal views displayed for a single volume) this tool can be used to select a location on one view and have the corresponding slices for that location be displayed in the other image views.
This command can create a histogram distribution of either the whole image or a selected ROI. To do this, select an image and then click on the histogram icon to get the histogram of number of pixels VS. intensity.
This command can create an image of a selected rectangular region of the image. Select an image and then click on the "crop the image" icon and then the program will ask you to save this cropped image. After the program saves the image, it will appear on the working SPIN window. The entire series can also be cropped with the same tool by selecting "Crop Entire Series" in the preferences menu.
This gives a brief description of the program name and SVN version number.
This command can rotate the image by either a selected angle or 90 degrees.
- Rotate by arbitrary degree:
- Rotate the image by 90 degrees: