**DICOM Image Statistics Functions**

DICOMAvg |
Returns a vector, each value of which corresponds to the average
intensity of a single slice of the input DICOM image |

DICOMEnt |
Returns a vector, each value of which corresponds to the
greyscale entropy of a single slice of the input DICOM image |

DICOMHi |
Returns a vector, each value of which corresponds to the highest
greyscale value of a single slice of the input DICOM image |

DICOMKurt |
Returns a vector, each value of which corresponds to the
greyscale kurtosis of a single slice of the input DICOM image |

DICOMLow |
Returns a vector, each value of which corresponds to the lowest
greyscale value of a single slice of the input DICOM image |

DICOMMSE |
Returns a vector, each value of which corresponds to the
greyscale mean-squared-error between corresponding single slices
of the input DICOM images |

DICOMSkew |
Returns a vector, each value of which corresponds to the
greyscale skew of a single slice of the input DICOM image |

DICOMSTD |
Returns a vector, each value of which corresponds to the
greyscale standard deviation of a single slice of the input
DICOM image |

DICOMVar |
Returns a vector, each value of which corresponds to the
greyscale variance of a single slice of the input DICOM image |

DICOMCoHomog |
Returns a vector, each value of which corresponds to the
homogeneity of a single slice of the input co-occurrence matrix
stack, calculated from individual slices of a DICOM image |

DICOMCoEnt |
Returns a vector, each value of which corresponds to the entropy
of a single slice of the input co-occurrence matrix stack,
calculated from individual slices of a DICOM image |

DICOMCoEng |
Returns a vector, each value of which corresponds to the energy
of a single slice of the input co-occurrence matrix stack,
calculated from individual slices of a DICOM image |

DICOMCoContrast |
Returns a vector, each value of which corresponds to the
contrast of a single slice of the input co-occurrence matrix
stack, calculated from individual slices of a DICOM image |