showinf(
file,
pixel_data = FALSE,
series = NULL,
range = NULL,
crop = NULL,
autoscale = FALSE,
ome_xml = FALSE,
debug = FALSE,
verbose = TRUE,
run = TRUE
)

showinf.help()

bf_showinf(
file,
pixel_data = FALSE,
series = NULL,
range = NULL,
crop = NULL,
autoscale = FALSE,
ome_xml = FALSE,
debug = FALSE,
verbose = TRUE,
run = TRUE
)

bf_show_info(
file,
pixel_data = FALSE,
series = NULL,
range = NULL,
crop = NULL,
autoscale = FALSE,
ome_xml = FALSE,
debug = FALSE,
verbose = TRUE,
run = TRUE
)

showinf_version()

bf_meta_subset(file)

## Arguments

file File to display Should the image/pixel data be read in? If FALSE, the -nopix is passed. All images in the input file are converted by default. To convert only one series, set this to a numeric To convert images between certain indices (inclusive), set 0 to first of the format x,y,width,height. The (x, y) coordinate (0, 0) is the upper-left corner of the image; x + width must be less than or equal to the image width and y + height must be less than or equal to the image height. Adjusts the display range to the minimum and maximum pixel values. should this populate OME-XML metadata Additional options to pass to showinf Enables debugging output if more information is needed Should the command be printed Should the command be run? Useful for diagnostics.

## Value

The output file name

## Examples

file = "~/Downloads/2017_08_03__0006.czi"
if (file.exists(file)) {
res = showinf(file = file, run = FALSE)
res
}
showinf_version()
#> [1] "Version: 6.5.0"
#> [2] "Build date: 30 April 2020"
#> [3] "VCS revision: ed992ebc2cb07d04fcb49485540af0babd1baa05"