I am new 3DSlicer user. I was able to develop my own script which can use TotalSegmentator automatically. But I would like to run it without graphical interface.
The script is working well with graphical interface, but when I use the command “–no-splash --no-main-window”, the program returns me an error because it requires the main-window.
This is the error:
Traceback (most recent call last):
- File “”, line 5, in *
- File “”, line 26, in *
- File “/usr/local/apps/3DSlicer/5.2.1/bin/Python/slicer/util.py”, line 1156, in selectModule*
- selector = moduleSelector()*
- File “/usr/local/apps/3DSlicer/5.2.1/bin/Python/slicer/util.py”, line 1141, in moduleSelector*
- raise RuntimeError(“Could not find main window”)*
RuntimeError: Could not find main window
Could I have any help with this? It is possible to run the module without the main-window?
Thanks in advance,
(Steve Pieper (Isomics, Inc.))
In that case, you would probably want to install TotalSegmentator in a separate Python instance on your machine as described here and run your script independently.
But you could also write a script that calls the logic of the TotalSegmentator extension in 3D Slicer which will in turn, perform a TotalSegmentator run.
Thank you very much for your quick response.
Yes, I considered also that way. However, I am using the “DicomRtImportExportPlugin” at the end of the segmentation to export the results to DICOM files (Images and RTstructures).
So, what I did is to create an script that is working well when I call it using the following command:
Slicer --python-script “/full/path/to/myscript.py” --no-splash
But it is not working when I use the next one:
Slicer --python-script “/full/path/to/myscript.py” --no-splash --no-main-window
Because it seems that TotalSegmentator module requires “main-window”.
Is it possible to run this without main-window?