The iVolume tool allows you operations for your existing volume displays. Once you have visualized your volume data, you can scale and filter as well as creating a histogram or viewing statistics for your volume. The following operations are available for volumes.
A density histogram is a plot consisting of either horizontal or vertical bars. The widths or heights of these bars represent data values. Another type of histogram is a style plot histogram which plots different data sets side-by-side using differently styled points or bars to represent the data. To view a density histogram of volume data, use the iTool's histogram feature by selecting Operations ® Histogram. For information on histogram creation, see Plotting a Histogram, "Common Operations".
To view statistics for volume data, use the iTool's statistics feature by selecting Operations ® Statistics. For information on viewing statistics, see Displaying Statistics, "Common Operations".
Within the iVolume tool, plots can also be smoothed to soften edges or compensate for random noise in the volume.
To apply the smooth filter to a volume: