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GENCOIL(1)							   User Commands							GENCOIL(1)

NAME
gencoil - Generates a virtual coil suitable for sequence simulation in ODIN DESCRIPTION
gencoil: Generates a virtual coil suitable for sequence simulation in ODIN Usage and options: Generate a radially inhomogenous coil: gencoil -rad -n <inplane-size> -fov <FOV> -R <radial-inhomogeneity[%]> -o <Coil-file> Generate an array coil by rotating pre-existing image file: gencoil -rot -n <inplane-size> -fov <FOV> -nc <numof-rotated-subcoils> -i <input-image> -sl <selected-slice> -o <Coil-file> Generate an array coil consisting of simple loops: gencoil -arr -n <inplane-size> -nc <numof-rotated-loops> -fov <FOV> -R <array-radius> -o <Coil-file> Generate coil with a B1 gradient: gencoil -grad -n <inplane-size> -fov <FOV> -g <B1-gradient-endpoint> -o <Coil-file> Other options: -v <loglevel> or <component:loglevel> for debugging/tracing all components or a single component, respectively. Possible values for loglevel are: 0(noLog), 1(errorLog), 2(warningLog), 3(infoLog). -h, --help, -help, --version : Print help text or version information gencoil 1.8.5 March 2012 GENCOIL(1)

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GENSAMPLE(1)							   User Commands						      GENSAMPLE(1)

NAME
gensample - Generates a virtual sample suitable for sequence simulation in ODIN DESCRIPTION
gensample: Generates a virtual sample suitable for sequence simulation in ODIN Usage and options: Create a sample from external maps: gensample -fr <FOVread> -fp <FOVphase> -fs <FOVslice> -s0 <spin-density> [-t1 <T1map>] [-t2 <T2map>] [-pm <ppmMap>] [-ir <inplane-reduc- tion>] [-ss <single-slice number>] [-fr <comma-separated-list of frame-rates>] -o <Sample-file> Create a point-spread function: gensample -psf -t1 <point T1> -t2 <point T2> [-dc <DiffusionCoeff>] -o <Sample-file> Create rectangle of uniform spin distribution about origin in all 3 spatial dimensions: gensample -uni -n <size> -f <FOV> [-t1 <uniform T1>] [-t2 <uniform T2>] -o <Sample-file> Create an isochromat distribution: gensample -iso -n <size> -df <freq-distribution-width[kHz]> -t1 <point T1> -t2 <point T2> [-dc <point Dcoeff>] -o <Sample-file> Create a homogenous disk with given radius: gensample -dsk -n <size> -f <FOV> -R <radius> [-t1 <uniform T1>] [-t2 <uniform T2>] [-dc <uniform DiffusionCoeff>] -o <Sample-file> Create coaxial cylinder: gensample -cyl -n <size> -f <FOV> -Xi <inner-suscept[ppm]> -Xo <outer-suscept[ppm]> -Ri <inner-radius> -Ro <outer-radius> [-t1 <uni- form T1> -t2 <uniform T2> -sl <single-line>] -o <Sample-file> Other options: -v <loglevel> or <component:loglevel> for debugging/tracing all components or a single component, respectively. Possible values for loglevel are: 0(noLog), 1(errorLog), 2(warningLog), 3(infoLog). -h, --help, -help, --version : Print help text or version information gensample 1.8.5 March 2012 GENSAMPLE(1)
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