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DCSORT(1)					      DICOM PS3 - Make sorted list of images						 DCSORT(1)

NAME
dcsort - ACR/NEMA DICOM PS3 ... DICOM PS3 - Make sorted list of images SYNOPSIS
dcsort " inputfile1 [ inputfile2 ... ]" [ -v|verbose ] [ -vv|veryverbose ] [ -vvv|veryveryverbose ] [ -index ] [ -show ] [ -interval ] [ -tolerance mm ] [ -check ] [ -checkFoR ] [ -descending ] [ -sortby|k attributename ] DESCRIPTION
dcsort reads the named dicom input files and sorts them by the specified sort key. The sort key should be a single valued numeric attribute, with the exception of ImageOrientationPatient and ImagePositionPatient which are handled as special cases. There is no output by default unless the index or verbose options are specified. OPTIONS
The output and errors go to standard error. The basic input switches are described in dcintro(1). Options specific to this program are: -index Creates a first column of output that is the index in the sort order, starting from 0, and a second column that is the filename. -show Show the value of the sort key after the file name with the -index option -interval Show the interval between values of the sort key, or an error if not equal -tolerance mm The tolerance value in mm to use when comparing intervals between slices; defaults to +/- 0.01 mm if unspecified -check Check that all the images are from the same series. -checkFoR Check that all the images have the same Frame of Reference (UID). -descending Sort in descending, rather than the default ascending, order. -sortby|k attributename Specify attributename as the sort key. ENVIRONMENT
EXAMPLES
% dcsort -index -sortby SliceLocation ./1/[0-9]* 0 ./1/1 1 ./1/2 FILES
SEE ALSO
dcintro(1) AUTHOR
Copyright (C) 1993-2010. David A. Clunie DBA PixelMed Publishing. All rights reserved. BUGS
DICOM PS3 22 December 2006 DCSORT(1)

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DCDUMP(1)					      DICOM PS3 - Describe DICOM file content						 DCDUMP(1)

NAME
dcdump - ACR/NEMA DICOM PS3 ... DICOM PS3 - Describe DICOM file content SYNOPSIS
dcdump [ -v|verbose ] [ -filename ] DESCRIPTION
dcdump reads the named dicom or acr-nema input file and describes the information contained, attempting to interpret the structure of the message, including nested sequences (cf. andump). The group and element number, dictionary and explicit value representation, description of tag, value length and value of the element are displayed, optionally with an offset byte count from the start of the file. OPTIONS
The attribute values, description and verbose output go to standard error. Binary attributes are written in hexadecimal with a preceding "0x". Numeric string attributes are written in decimal. Attribute values are displayed in hexadecimal or string format as determined by the value representation. The basic input switches are described in dcintro(1). Options specific to this program are: -verbose Display byte offset from file start and message start, in hexadecimal, and dump contents while reading and once read. -filename Show the name of the file supplied in the arguments; a hyphen will be reported if no filename was supplied. ENVIRONMENT
EXAMPLES
% dcdump NM.dc3 (0x0008,0x0000) UL Group Length VR=<UL> VL=<0x0004> [0x08] (0x0008,0x0008) CS Image Type VR=<CS> VL=<0x0024> <...> ... (0x0054,0x0013) SQ ... Sequence VR=<SQ> VL=<0xffffffff> [] ----: >(0x0054,0x0014) DS Energy Win LL VR=<DS> VL=<0x0006> <1.0> >(0x0054,0x0015) DS Energy Win UL VR=<DS> VL=<0x0006> <9.0> ... FILES
SEE ALSO
andump(1), dcintro(1) AUTHOR
Copyright (C) 1993-2010. David A. Clunie DBA PixelMed Publishing. All rights reserved. BUGS
DICOM PS3 6 March 2007 DCDUMP(1)
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