As mentioned above, I have no idea how to use that since I can not see what is the input and what is the output.?
Here is the ubuntu man page:
It looks like you can also call “N4BiasFieldCorrection --help” for more information.
That is an error of a jupyter notebook, with probably a python interpreter, potentially running on Windows 10 in which you introduced a shell command line. You get an error because you are using a long dash before the
--help argument, instead of the double short-dash
--. If you wrote the command correctly as @Jonathan_R_Williford suggested, I bet you would have got an error for using shell in a Python cell (I’d say a
NameError: name 'N4BiasFieldCorrection' is not defined).
N4BiasFieldCorrection is a tool written in C++ that you need to install in your computer. You can either compile it from scratch (e.g. compiling the Advanced Normalization Tools -ANTs-) or you can download a binary for windows (also possible from here https://github.com/stnava/ANTs/releases/tag/v2.1.0).
Once you have it installed, you should be able to run the command @Jonathan_R_Williford suggested. If you are to do it inside a jupyter notebook, then you should use the ! magic like so:
! N4BiasFieldCorrection --help.
However, given your too broad question in the beginning and your reply showing a jupyter notebook, I am under the impression that you probably should first understand your framework before you start looking the particular pieces (like N4BiasFieldCorrection).