Processes and investigates large anatomical and functional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) data sets. AnalyzeFMRI can be used for temporal and spatial independent component (IC) analysis. It aims to study the intrinsic structure of data and alleviate the need for explicit a priori about the neural responses. This tool supports the computation of contiguous clusters of locations in a 3D array.
Computes high-dimensional mappings to capture the statistics of brain structure and function. ANTs allows users to organize, visualize and statistically explore large biomedical image sets. It integrates imaging modalities and related information in space and time, and works across species or organ systems with minimal customization. ANTs depends on the Insight ToolKit (ITK), a widely used medical image processing library to which ANTs developers contribute. ANTs can be used paired with ANTsR, an emerging tool supporting standardized multimodality image analysis. ANTs is popularly considered a state-of-the-art medical image registration and segmentation toolkit.
Facilitates the utilization of the scikit-learn package for neuroimaging. Nilearn is useful for multivariate statistics with applications such as predictive modelling, classification, decoding, or connectivity analysis. It plots brain volumes and employs different heuristics to find cutting coordinates. This tool enables researchers to automatically download reference datasets and atlases.
Exposes a set of web-based 3D visualization tools primarily targeting neuroimaging. Using open web technologies, such as WebGL and HTML5, BrainBrowser allows for real-time manipulation and analysis of 3D imaging data through any modern web browser. BrainBrowser includes two major components. The BrainBrowser Surface Viewer is a WebGL-based 3D viewer capable of displaying 3D surfaces in real time and mapping various sorts of data to them. The BrainBrowser Volume Viewer is an HTML5 Canvas-based viewer allowing slice-by-slice traversal of 3D or 4D MINC volumetric data. All source code for BrainBrowser is freely available for download. Furthermore, a BrainBrowser Surface Viewer widget can be load into a web page to view data through an HTTP request.
Offers an additional toolkit to the SPM software. BRANT provides a set of functionalities including: (i) functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) data pre-processing; (ii) functional connectivity analysis supplying modules to calculate and manipulate regions of interest (ROI), (iii) modules for network statistics and assessment; (iv) statistical functions enabling image-based meta-analysis (IBMA) or T-tests; and (v) utilities such as a DICOM converter. The software can be run through SPM8 and 12.
Creates 3D PDF documents for biomedical publications. MeVisLab aims to facilitate the generation of U3D files by reducing the number of necessary tools to only one application in the field of biomedical image processing. It allows users to build sophisticated applications with graphical user interfaces that hide the underlying platform and do not require substantial programming knowledge. This tool permits simple assembling of image processing networks.
Allows users to research and visualize medical images. medInria is a platform for the diffusion of research software in medical imaging created by Inria teams. This platform offers several types of functions such as: (1) management of the database and file importation; (2) 2D or 4D visualization; (3) distribution of images processing; (4) segmentation of images or (5) registration of images; (6) filtering of images.
Hosts heterogeneous tools dedicated to neuroimaging research. BrainVISA aims to help researchers in developing new neuroimaging tools, sharing data and distributing software. It offers a way to define viewers which may use any visualization software. Thanks to its data management functions, the tool can define the data types handled by the software, associate key attributes for indexation, and filename patterns to make the link between the filesystem and the database schema.
Offers a digital imaging and communications in medicine (DICOM) solution. OsiriX is an image processing software that provides displaying, reviewing, interpreting and post-processing image files. It supports DICOM standard for a complete integration in a workflow environment and in a picture archiving and communication system (PACS).
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.
Allows users to display medical research image viewer. Papaya is a program that assists researchers to explore and study different parts of human brain. It supports overlays, atlases, or diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) data. Its users interface is configurable with many display, menu and control options and can be run on a web server or as a local, shareable file.
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