Furnishes a neuroimaging viewer. NiBabel provides an access to a wide range of imaging formats. Besides, it contains functionality for writing annotation and morphometry files. The software allows users to access to header information and image data.
Intends to improve access to NIfTI images by using Python. PyNIfTI allows to read and write any file format supported by libniftiio as well as NIfTI (single and pairs) and ANALYZE files, including in gzipped versions. Moreover, PyNIfTI is able to create NIfTI images from NumPy arrays. The appropriate NIfTI header information is determined from the array properties.
Resolves the complexities involved with conversion of medical image formats. (X)MedCon is a framework divided into 4 modules : (i) xmedcon that provides a graphical user interface (GUI) to assist novices, given the immediate visual control on selected options, (ii) medcon that offers command line interface for users who need batch conversion or usage within scripted environments; (ii) library that permits to access to an Application Programming Interface (API), which makes it possible for coders of existing tools to easily increase the number of supported image formats and (iv) the source that allows developers to adjust the library for site specific requirements.
Provides users a medical imaging file format and Toolbox for use in medical imaging. The original MINC file format and tools were based upon the NetCDF data format. The actual version was changed to HDF in order to support large files and other new features.