ITK-SNAP Product Key is a tool for processing DICOM image series and single images.
– drawing tools
– measuring tools
– editing tools
– cropping tools
– color tables
– text labels
– labeling tools
– layer management
– formats supported: DICOM image series, 2D and 3D images, MetaImage, NRRD, GE, GIPL, NiFTI
TempleGraph is a Java-based visualization and analysis tool for biomedical images such as 2D and 3D MRI, PET and SPECT. The user can explore the image in three dimensions to examine the image contrast and texture in multiple orientations. Results can be visualized in different planes and on a 3D model. The software provides region of interest support, and volumetric measurement and analysis tools for brain activity. TempleGraph requires only Java 1.5 or later and Java 2 Runtime Environment (JRE) 1.4.1 or later.
The NIH toolbox consists of 25 scientific and technical resources focused on supporting the research of NIH funded investigators. These tools, supported by NIH grant money, can be accessed online or installed on a local machine and include image analysis and quantitative image analysis tools and image-processing utilities.
Spatial Viewer is a scientific application that provides a unified, intuitive visual interface to the mathematical programming domain of spatially-discretized systems of linear and nonlinear equations. It offers the ability to perform various types of numerical computations with C++, R, Matlab, and Python source codes, including eigenvalue decomposition, analytic continuation, bifurcation analysis, and mesh refinement. It is equipped with interactive editors for C++, Matlab, and Python. In addition, it contains a Graphical User Interface (GUI) for browsing and analysis of mesh data.
The Image Viewer is a scientific application that provides a unified, intuitive visual interface to the mathematical programming domain of spatially-discretized systems of linear and nonlinear equations. It offers the ability to perform various types of numerical computations with C++, R, Matlab, and Python source codes, including eigenvalue decomposition, analytic continuation, bifurcation analysis, and mesh refinement. It is equipped with interactive editors for C++, Matlab, and Python. In addition, it contains a Graphical User Interface (GUI) for browsing and analysis of mesh data.
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1 – Introductory: KEYMACRO — Overview
2 – BASIC: KEYMACRO — Macros
2.1 – Basic Macros
2.2 – Connecting to other Software
2.3 – Customizing the Mouse
2.4 – Advanced Macro Options
2.5 – Advanced Macros
2.6 – Customizing the Keyboard
2.7 – Advanced Macro Options
3 – Advanced: KEYMACRO — Advanced Macros
3.1 – Manipulating Objects
3.2 – Text Processing
3.3 – Specialized Macros
3.4 – Filling Layers
3.5 – Metadata Management
3.6 – Record & Playback
3.7 – Creating Variables
3.8 – Audio Processing
3.9 – Support for External Hardware
4 – The Lab: KEYMACRO — Advanced: Lab Macros
4.1 – Customizable Controls
4.2 – Large Data Sets
4.3 – Logic Controls
4.4 – Macro Configuration
4.5 – Packaging Labels
4.6 – Building Controls
4.7 – Working with Data
4.8 – Support for External Hardware
4.9 – Color Labels
5 – The Grid: KEYMACRO — Advanced: The Grid Macros
5.1 – Customizable Controls
5.2 – Large Data Sets
5.3 – Logic Controls
5.4 – Macro Configuration
5.5 – Automating Schedules
5.6 – Macro Recording
5.7 – Macro Recorder
5.8 – Working with Data
ITK-SNAP is an open source program that helps medical researchers analyze and inspect medical images for diagnosis and research. It can be used to classify 2D images (e.g. MRI or X-Ray), or 3D structures such as bones, soft tissue, and tumors. ITK-SNAP can also be used for texture and shape analysis (e.g. automated detection of tumors). It is written in C++ and runs on Linux, Windows and Mac OSX. The program is free and open source. ITK-SNAP is released under the GNU Lesser General Public License.
The following products are known to work with this program:
ITK – ITK is a C++ library that provides functionality for image, feature and registration processing
SNAP – SNAP is a data format for medical images and medical sequences
NetCDF – NetCDF is a computer data format that is used for 3D data.
GIPL – GIPL is a general-purpose format for distributing medical images.
– ITK-SNAP 1.1.1
– ITK-SNAP GUI 2.7.1
– ITK-SNAP CX
– ITK-SNAP CAM
– ITK-SNAP GUI
Note: ITK-SNAP 1.1.1 is a significant revision of the original version 1.1.0.
ITK-SNAP 1.1.1 is the most significant version of ITK-SNAP. Version 1.1.0 was the first version of the program.
Important new features:
– All GUI functionalities are now integrated into the Snap Viewer application.
– Snap Viewer application is now used to read and edit data files.
– New filters for 3D models: Shift-mask filter, region filter, projection
– New filters for 2D images: Threshold and Convolution
– New filters for 3D bone models: Euclidean distance transform
– New filters for 3D medical image data: Grid Based Segmentation
– 3D printing support.
– Improved user interface.
– Improved speed.
– Code improvements.
– Improved support for many new formats:
– NitroITK and ITK-SNAP now have similar changes. (Includes NitroITK 2.0 and ITK-SNAP 1.1.1)
– Nrrrd reader now understands RAS standard. (includes from ITK-SNAP 1.1.0)
– NiFTI dataset is used in the image data group now. (Includes from ITK-SNAP 1.1.0)
– A large number of other changes.
– Kernel tests:
– Regression tests:
OS: Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)
Processor: Intel® Core™ i3
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce GTX 860
DirectX: Version 11
Storage: 20 GB available space
Additional Notes: A Mac® computer is required to play.
Processor: Intel® Core™ i7
Memory: 16 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce GTX 980
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