The plugin does various reconstruction operations on a hypervolume (a series of 3D volumes).
It can split a 4D xyzt stack into separate xyz volume stacks or separate xyt time series
x and y are slice dimensions
z is depth of each volume within the hypervolume
t is the number of volumes in the hypervolume
It can also change the order of hypervolume from xytz to xyzt or from xyzt to xytz.
An example hypervolume (xyzt-100x100x6x12.zip) is available for testing. This stack was acquired on a zeiss 510 confocal microscope. Z
depth is 6, with 12 different time points. It was contributed by Da-Ting Lin, Cellular and Structural Biology, UTHSCSA.
Also available is a computer generated test stack
(xyzt-200x200x10x15.zip) that has each image labeled with the z and t position.
Note that the example stacks are ZIP compressed TIFF files that can be directly opened in ImageJ using the File/Open command.
Author: Wayne Rasband (wsr at nih.gov) History: 2000/11/01: First version 2002/02/19: Renamed “Concatenator”; added dialog 2009/10/12: Works in batch mode macros Source: Concatenator_.java Installation: This