The analysis pipeline consists principally of data operators,
these are pipeline objects that can perform various analytical functions on the
volumetric data. The first place to look would be the
Data Transforms menu,
along with the
Segmentation menu. Tomviz comes bundled with a full Python 3.7
environment, including NumPy, SciPy, Python-wrapped ITK, etc.
Data transforms contain a number of useful operators to analyze your data. They
are implemented in C++ or Python, and are grouped in the
top-level menu. Some are very simple, and operate immediately on the data while
others require some parameters to be set.
You can view the source code of the Python operators, and double-click them to edit inputs or view the source code. All operators run in a background thread, and the application remains interactive while they execute. The screenshot above shows the contents of the menu.
They are roughly grouped into data manipulation (crop, conversion to float, reinterpreting types), volume manipulation (shift, slice deletion, padding, binning, clearing subvolumes), and more general operations (invert data, FFT, Gaussian filter). They can be combined in pipelines, and the code used as a starting point in developing custom data transforms.
Tomviz offers a number of simple segmentation routines that make use of ITK
Segmentation menu. These include operations such as binary threshold
where all voxels between the specified values will be labeled
operations such as binary dilate, erode, open and close. There are some labeling
operators, and some experimental particle/pore segmentation.