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BrainVISA Anatomist is a Neuroimaging software platform for mass data analysis
This toolkit contains most of the commonly used minc tools in one precompiled 32 and 64bit binary packages of Debian, Ubuntu, RedHat and Mac OS X. It includes most of the standard minc tools, Display, Register and a basic image processing pipeline based on the one developed for NIHPD project (standard_pipeline.pl) Everything is currently installed in /opt/minc , to avoid conflict with standard /usr/local/bic location.
== MINC Metaproject
Metaproject uniting all the available minc tools
== MINC References
- Minc viewers such as:
Some form of a batch, SGE system that allows you to take advantage of parallel processing capabilities of CIVET/FSL tools
a flexible toolkit for constructing novel registration pipelines
Miriam Friedel,Matthijs C. van Eede,M. Mallar Chakravarty,Jason P. Lerch
Statistics for MINC volumes: A library to integrate voxel-based statistics for MINC volumes into the R environment. Supports getting and writing of MINC volumes, running voxel-wise linear models, correlations, etc.; correcting for multiple comparisons using the False Discovery Rate, and more. With contributions from Jason Lerch, Jim Nikelski and others
(latest available version)
* latest version * freesurfer.net
* FMRIB Software Library (FSL) * Latest version, as per their website
ITK-SNAP is a software application used to segment structures in 3D medical images.
Connectome Workbench is an open source, freely available visualization and discovery tool used to map neuroimaging data, especially data generated by the Human Connectome Project.
* Genetics * See “Solar Eclipse Imaging Genetics tools”
SOLAR is a flexible and extensive software package for genetic variance components analysis, including linkage analysis, quantitative genetic analysis, and covariate screening.
SOLAR-Eclipse is an extensive, flexible software package for genetic variance components analysis, including linkage analysis, quantitative genetic analysis, SNP association analysis (QTN and QTLD), and covariate screening.
University of Alabama at Birmingham - Section on Statistical Genetics (SSG) - Listong of linkage analysis ptograms