I’ve been using Bone Thickness Mapping extension. It’s an amazing tool and the heatmap it creates is super useful. However, I need to have access to thickness values to do more statistical analyses. I assume for each pixel or coordinate, there is a thickness value. I’m new in scripting and still learning Python. From Line 921 to 924 of the provided script (BoneThicknessMapping.py), it says:
ix = [int(i) for i in [minmax_thickness*gradient_scale_factor, (minmax_thickness)*gradient_scale_factor + 1]] thicknessTableNode = BoneThicknessMappingLogic.build_color_table_node('ThicknessColorMap', ix[-1]) for i in range(ix, ix[-1]): calculate_and_set_colour(thicknessTableNode, i, hue=p(i, ix[-1], ix) * 0.278, sat=0.9, val=0.9)
Does this mean that the data I’m after is called “thicknessTableNode”? If so, would you let me know how I can save the data in a table, text file or other formats?