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Design and implementation of software for assembly and browsing of 3D brain atlases

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Design and implementation of software for assembly and browsing of 3D brain atlases
: Visualization software for three dimensional digital brain atlases present many challenges in design and implementation. These challenges include the design of an effective human interface, management of large data sets, display speed when slicing the data set for viewing/browsing, and the display of delineated volumes of interest (VOI). We present a software design, implementation and storage architecture that addresses these issues, allowing the user to navigate through a reconstructed volume quickly and smoothly, with an easy-touse human interface. The software (MacOStat, for use with Macintosh OS) allows the user to rapidly display slices of the digital atlas at any arbitrary slicing angle, complete with delineated VOIs. The VOIs can be assigned colors of the user's choosing. The entire atlas, or selected portions, may be resliced with slices stored as individual image files, complete with delineations. These delineations may be transferred to corresponding sections of exper...
Carl Gustafson, Oleh J. Tretiak, Louise Bertrand,
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Type Journal
Year 2004
Where CMPB
Authors Carl Gustafson, Oleh J. Tretiak, Louise Bertrand, Jonathan Nissanov
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