usage: Usage:
procjson.py [options] <json 1> <json 2> ... 
	Provides simple utility functions for examining and modifying JSON files. Note that JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) 
	is a text format, so files can also be read/processed with standard text editing and processing tools.

Option Type Description
--version None show program's version number and exit
--allinfo None Uses all of the .json files in info/ rather than specifying a list on the command line
--listkeys None Lists all of the keys in all of the specified info files
--remaplstkeys None For JSON files where the keys are image name,# pairs referencing a .lst file, will replace each key with the original image
--retype str For JSON files where the keys are image name,# pairs, will change the __type value in the image name in all keys
--extractkey str This will extract a single named value from each specified file. Output will be multicolumn if the referenced label is an object, such as CTF.
--extractspt None This will extract the parameters from a particle_parms JSON file in SPT projects as a multicolumn text file.
--removekey str DANGER! This will remove all data associated with the named key from all listed .json files.
--output str Output for text operations (not JSON) filename. default = jsoninfo.txt
--setoption str Set a single option in application preferences, eg - display2d.autocontrast:true
--listoptions None List all currently set user application preferences
--ppid int Set the PID of the parent process, used for cross platform PPID
--verbose, -v int verbose level [0-9], higher number means higher level of verboseness