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Concatenate to Z-stack

lealmas10
I have the following stacks with the same dimensions (512x512) and type
(8-bit) ...

Stack_A = 3 channels (c), 1 slice (z), 20 frames (f)
Stack_B = 3 channels (c), 1 slice (z), 20 frames (f)

How can merge them as slices (z) so they become:
Stack_C = 3 channels (c), 2 slices (z), 20 frames (f) ?

When I try to "Concatenate" them, it merges their frames (resulting 3c, 1z,
40f). If I try using re-order Hyperstack to switch frames<->slices before
concatenating it's the same problem by getting 3c, 40z, 1f.

Thanks
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Re: Concatenate to Z-stack

Fred Damen
Greetings,

If you do one more 'Stack to HyperStack...' on the 3c,40z,1f and tell it
to be a 3c,2z,20f then the first 20 images will be in the first slice's
frames and the second 20 images will be in the second slice's frames.

Enjoy,

Fred

On Fri, April 17, 2020 6:00 am, lealmas10 wrote:

> I have the following stacks with the same dimensions (512x512) and type
> (8-bit) ...
>
> Stack_A = 3 channels (c), 1 slice (z), 20 frames (f)
> Stack_B = 3 channels (c), 1 slice (z), 20 frames (f)
>
> How can merge them as slices (z) so they become:
> Stack_C = 3 channels (c), 2 slices (z), 20 frames (f) ?
>
> When I try to "Concatenate" them, it merges their frames (resulting 3c,
> 1z,
> 40f). If I try using re-order Hyperstack to switch frames<->slices before
> concatenating it's the same problem by getting 3c, 40z, 1f.
>
> Thanks
> #StayHome
>
>
>
>
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> Sent from: http://imagej.1557.x6.nabble.com/
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