## Overview

This application creates a new dataset which is a reduced resolution
version (multiple pixels in the original are averaged to obtain a
single pixel in the output) of another dataset. The factors by which
the resolution is reduced must be positive integers, but they can be
different for the x, y, and z dimensions.

ReduceRes accepts the command-line arguments described in
Region.html. In addition, it accepts
the following option:

`-factor=`

`xf``:`

`yf``:`

`zf`
- Sets the x sampling factor to be
`xf`, the y sampling factor
to be `yf`, and the z sampling factor to be `zf`.
If not specified, a sampling factor of 2 in each dimension is used.

As an example, the following command downsamples tilts.dat by a factor
of 2 in x and y and puts the result in tilts_2.dat:

ResDown tilts.dat tilts_2.dat -factor=2:2:1

### Topics

Overview |
Region processing |
X factor |
Y factor |
Z factor

### Related Priism Topics

AppendRes |
IncreaseRes |
Resample2D |
Rotate3D |
Priism

The resolution along the x dimension of the output dataset is
reduced by the factor shown in the *x factor* field. The
factor must be a positive integer.

### Topics

Overview |
Region processing |
X Factor |
Y Factor |
Z Factor

The resolution along the y dimension of the output dataset is
reduced by the factor shown in the *y factor* field. The
factor must be a positive integer.

### Topics

Overview |
Region processing |
X Factor |
Y Factor |
Z Factor

The resolution along the z dimension of the output dataset is
reduced by the factor shown in the *z factor* field. The
factor must be a positive integer.

### Topics

Overview |
Region processing |
X Factor |
Y Factor |
Z Factor