My group has been using Tomovision Slice-O-Matic to create segmentations on CT-scans to get cross-sectional areas. I myself am using Slicer 3D for this and would like to use the segmentations created by others from Slice-O-Matic.
Slice-O-Matic creates a .tag file that contains the segmentation and this files is linked to a dicom file.
The contents of this TAG file is described here: SliceOmatic 5.0
It says the file is composed of a header and the image data. The image data is output as a binary format that is loosely based on the " university of Waterloo IM format"
Unfortunately, the normal import option (or add data) does not work for these kinds of files, so I would like to find another way to import these files.
I tried opening them in notepad++ or ImageJ to see if I could access this binary data to maybe convert this somehow to another format, but unfortunately I am not sufficiently knowledgeable on this subject to create a converter or to view the output somehow.
Is there anyone who has experience with this type of file format and is able to help me convert the tag files so that I can work with it in slicer?
Please find a link to a .dcm and corresponding .tag file (using anonymized data) in the link below
Thanks so much in advance for your help!