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MindSeer: a portable and extensible tool for visualization of structural and functional neuroimaging data

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MindSeer: a portable and extensible tool for visualization of structural and functional neuroimaging data
Background: Three-dimensional (3-D) visualization of multimodality neuroimaging data provides a powerful technique for viewing the relationship between structure and function. A number of applications are available that include some aspect of 3-D visualization, including both free and commercial products. These applications range from highly specific programs for a single modality, to general purpose toolkits that include many image processing functions in addition to visualization. However, few if any of these combine both stand-alone and remote multi-modality visualization in an open source, portable and extensible tool that is easy to install and use, yet can be included as a component of a larger information system. Results: We have developed a new open source multimodality 3-D visualization application, called MindSeer, that has these features: integrated and interactive 3-D volume and surface visualization, Java and Java3D for true cross-platform portability, one-click installat...
Eider B. Moore, Andrew V. Poliakov, Peter Lincoln,
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Type Journal
Year 2007
Where BMCBI
Authors Eider B. Moore, Andrew V. Poliakov, Peter Lincoln, James F. Brinkley
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