usage: Must be run in the directory containing the stack(s)/particle(s) whose header 
	is to be modified. e2fixheaderparam.py imgs.hdf --input=stack_to_fix --output=fixed_stack_name 
	--params=param1:value1,param2:value2... --type=type_of_parameters. 
	This program fixes values for any parameter on the header of an HDF file or a stack of 
	HDF files or an MRC file. ADDING new parameters, such as through --addfilename, or any
	parameters supplied through --params=parameter:value,parameter:value,.... that are not
	already in the header, will enforce HDF format on the output.

Option Type Description
--version None show program's version number and exit
--addfilename None Adds the original filename of a file or stack to the header of each particle. This only works for .hdf files.
--input str File or stack for which to fix header parameters. To indicate multiple files, do not use --input. Simply provide the program name followed by the string common to all files to process and *, followed by all parameters of interest. For example, to process all .mrc files in a directory, you would run e2fixheader.py *.mrc <parameters>.
--output str File to write the fixed stack to. If not provided, the stack in --input will be overwritten.
--params str Comma separated pairs of parameter:value. The parameter will be changed to the value specified.
--ppid int Set the PID of the parent process, used for cross platform PPID
--refheader str If supplied, the header of this image will be copied to the header of all images in --input.
--stem str Some parameters have common stems. For example, 'origin_x', 'origin_y', 'origin"x'. Supply the stem and all parameters containing it will be modified.
--stemval str New value for all parameters containing --stem.
--valtype str Type of the value to enforce. It can be: str, float, int, list, or transform.
--verbose, -v int verbose level [0-9], higher number means higher level of verboseness.