Dear Antonio, Thank you very much for your functions. All of them work very well. I realized that a simple modification of the function read.landmarks from the nat package allows load into the R console Avizo Landmarks in ascii format but not semilandmark curves. Again thanks for your kind help.
Hi Miguel, thanks for sending me the example files. You can use the existing functions embedded in Arothron: library(Arothron) land.set<-"landmarksfromAvizo" set<-read.amira.set(land.set,"auto") #this is an array bspline<-"bsplinefromAvizo" set_2<-read.amira.set(bspline,"auto") #this is an array
package, but we don’t have any to play with. > > > > Best, > > M > > > > > > *From:* Antonio Profico > *Sent:* Sunday, April 14, 2019 4:35 PM > *To:* Miguel Eduardo Delgado Burbano > *Cc:* MORPHMET ; > morphmet-requ...@morphometrics.org > *Subje
Hi Miguel, please send me the two files from Avizo (.ladmarkAscii) and B-splines (.am). Are you sure that read.amira.set() doesn't work with the .landmarkAscii files from Avizo? I'll add these two functions in Arothron and before to submit the new release to the CRAN I'll send them to you.
Dear All, I'm using landmarks (.ladmarkAscii) and B-splines (.am) derived from Avizo (Standard Edition 7.1.0). I have used previously the Arothron and Nat packages to load landmarks derived from Amira into the R console. Now using the Avizo files such packages do not seem to work. Somebody has a