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XVOL-SUBSAMPLE-ARRAY

source files: xvol.[ch]

SYNTAX

(XVOL-SUBSAMPLE-ARRAY 
  :ARRAY <ary>
[ :SUBSAMPLE-BY <fix> ]
[ :RESULT-IN <ary>    ]
)

DESCRIPTION

Function to resample an array. Values in the source array :ARRAY are sampled at an interval specified by :SUBSAMPLE-BY, and the resulting array is returned.

If a :RESULT-IN value is supplied, and is of appropriate type, the result will be placed in it and returned; otherwise, a fresh array will be allocated and returned.

This is basically a quick hack to resample the aligned volume images, so the current version only works for 3-D, 12-bit arrays. (Mainly because I wasn't sure how to check the type of the source array and create a destination array of the same type.) Maybe this is something that should be defined by each array?


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