Included with VivoQuant are 30 VivoScripts that illustrate some of the many ways in which users may use VQScript to streamline their workflows. Below is a list of these VivoScripts, along with a brief description of its usage.
While the primary purpose of these files is illustrative, several include ready-to-run functions that users may find useful for their own VivoScripts. To include these functions, place the following command at the top of your VivoScript:
#include "(script name).vqs"
These files may be found in the VivoScript folder, which is located at
|A list of some commonly used functions.
|Several ways to markup data with basic text, or even add some graphical elements to your images.
|Automates the drawing of an ROI using thresholding and smoothing algorithms.
|Simple function that opens the VivoScript Evaluation dialog.
|Extract information from the DICOM header and append the data to the elements of the DataList.
"Hello World!" function. Illustrates how to display dialog messages in VivoQuant.
|Example applying the rat skinner algorithm across multiple studies.
|Class definition for iPACS repository object. Contains methods essential to interacting with iPACS.
|Script that reloads current data - good for becoming familiar with loading data using the Data Manager.
|Shows how to download a set of existing ROIs and merge them together as a single layer.
|Creates and saves movies of each ROI, with varying display styles.
|Hashing keys and values for use across multiple VivoScripts, be sure to adjust the location of the .hash file for use in your environment.
|How to automate use of the 3D ROI Tool for calculating quantification calibration factors.
|Query through any datapoints to later load directly via WebDisk.
|Shows visualization of datasets with both positive and negative values in MIP rendering.
|Repairs z-slices in the dataset by interpolating them from the adjacent slices.
|Allows user approval/rejection of any drawn ROIs, marking the status of each in the datalist.
|Calculates and displays a ruler legend to the image.
|Saves images with contextual crosshairs or annotations to give focus to any points of interest.
|Save a custom fly-through movie with a selected starting and ending slices.
|Displays the type of currently loaded image data, which can then be changed to volume, projection, etc.
|Script that finds and displays the voxel size, pixel size, and scale of the loaded data.
|After selecting a seed point, this script uses the 3D ROI Spline Tool for skill stripping a brain data set slice-by-slice.
|Determines correct paintbrush size based on the diameter provided by the user in millimeters.
|Resets many of the settings in VivoQuant to their defaults.
|Collection of functions that automate many common and essential tasks in VivoQuant.
|Example showing how to access data using the WebDisk.