[Neuroimaging] Combining binary mask to 3D volume

Alexandra Badea, Ph.D. alexandra.badea at duke.edu
Mon Feb 13 19:56:03 EST 2023

Do you mean as in multiplying the two volumes? Or perhaps you want to consider adding an alpha channel.


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Subject: [Neuroimaging] Combining binary mask to 3D volume

Good afternoon,

I am trying to overlay a binary mask to 3D volume and combine them into a single file. Is there any way to do this?

Thank you,

Kind regards,



Jacob Bunyamin

PhD Student

Department of Neuroscience

Central Clinical School, Monash University

99 Commercial Road

Melbourne VIC 3004

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