I hope I am not polluting the forum with some question already asked and I used the right wording to search for an answer.
I am discovering Ilastik (very nice!) and I have been struggling with a basic problem which I cannot believe does not have a solution. So far I have been trying the pixel classification workflow.
I try to make use of a large number of images following the axis convention yxc. Unfortunately when I import them (from h5, tiff or npy files) the software consistently (but wrongly in my case) assigns them the axes zyxc (the last dimension being 1).
It seems possible to update the axes using the “Edit shared properties” option (right click on any image in the 1. Input Data -> Raw Data tab after all images were selected and update this parameter, but somehow this fails with the error:
Incompatible dataset --------------------------- Constraint of 'Pixel Classification' applet was violated: All input images must have the same number of channels. Your new image has 30 channel(s), but your other images have 1 channel(s).
Is it possible to precise the axis upon import of the images?
Alternatively, can one precise the axes as (for instance) h5 metadata?
OR did I miss something in the GUI and I should proceed differently?
I control the generation of the data so I could also make use of some other image format if necessary.