Media 000407339: Frontoparietal Reslicing [CTImageSeries] [CT]
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Biological Specimen
In Collection

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FILE OBJECT DETAILS

Media ID
000407339
Media type
CTImageSeries
File format(s)
image/tiff
File size
307,937,953 bytes
Object element or part
frontoparietal reslicing
Side
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Orientation
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Short description
reslicing
Full description
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Creator
Mark Goodwin
Date created
December 12, 2021
Date uploaded
December 12, 2021
Image width
1944
Image height
1937
Color space
BlackIsZero
Color depth
8
Compression
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X pixel spacing
0.0518
Y pixel spacing
0.0518
Z pixel spacing
0.0518
Number of images in set
957

IMAGE ACQUISITION AND PROCESSING AT A GLANCE

Number of parent media
1
Number of processing events
2 (0 steps)
Modality
X-Ray Computed Tomography (CT/microCT)
Device
North Star Imaging N/R, The University of Texas High-Resolution X-ray Computed Tomography Facility (University of Texas at Austin)

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Standard
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Commercial Use Not Permitted
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3D Printing Limited
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Interactive/Embeddable
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None

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IMAGE ACQUISITION AND PROCESSING IN DETAIL

STEP 1: IMAGE ACQUISITION

Physical object tmp:84-05-01 was imaged to create undeposited raw media.

Imaging Details

Modality
X-Ray Computed Tomography (CT/microCT)
Device
North Star Imaging N/R
Device facility
The University of Texas High-Resolution X-ray Computed Tomography Facility (University of Texas at Austin)
Creator
Matthew Colbert
Date
2016-09-21
Software
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Description
University of Texas High-Resolution X-ray CT Facility Archive Goodwin: TMP84-05-01_: Scan of a partial skull of Stegoceras sp. (TMP 84.05.01) for Mark Goodwin of the University of California. Specimen scanned by Matthew Colbert on 21 September 2016. 16bitTIFF: Scan parameters: NSI scanner. Fein Focus High Power source, 180 kV, 0.15 mA, aluminum filter, Perkin Elmer detector, 0.25 pF gain, 1 fps, 1x1 binning, no flip, source to object 320.0 mm, source to detector 1316.833 mm, CT scan, 3 frames averaged, 0 skip frames, 3000 projections, 6 gain calibrations, 15 mm calibration phantom, data range [-7.0, 80.0] (grayscales adjusted from NSI defaults), beam-hardening correction = 0.3. Voxel size = 51.8 μm. Total slices = 1937.
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Exposure time
1s
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Pixel spacing calibration
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Shading correction
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Filter
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Frame averaging
3
Projections
3000
Voltage
180
Power
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Amperage
150
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STEP 2: IMAGE PROCESSING

Raw media (undeposited) was processed to create derived Media 000397362: Dome [CTImageSeries] [CT] .

Processing Details

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Media produced by this event on MorphoSource

STEP 3: IMAGE PROCESSING

Derived Media 000397362: Dome [CTImageSeries] [CT] was processed to create derived Media 000407339: Frontoparietal Reslicing [CTImageSeries] [CT] (this media).

Processing Details

Creator
Mark Goodwin
Date processed
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Software
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Description
reslicing of frontoparietal dome
Description attachment
None

Media produced by this event on MorphoSource


Media 000407339: Frontoparietal Reslicing [CTImageSeries] [CT] (this media)