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Name
scanSTAT
Byline
Mark Cohen
Description
scanSTAT is designed for quick, streamlined and accurate analysis of single subject MRI and fMRI data. It runs standalone on Macintosh computers and reads in a variety of image formats. The primary features include: - flexible data import/export - correlation analyses with parametric paradigms - interactive visualization of image and statistical data - real-time motion and artifact detection - fast processing in a small computation environment At present, scanSTAT is available for 'classic' Mac OS from 8.1 through 9.2.2. A carbonized version (OS/X) is available and a java version (scanSTATj) is near complete. The scanSTATj version should be portable to any platform with a java interpreter. Much of the underlying source has been placed into the public domain at www.brainmapping.org
NIfTI-1 support
Creator
Mark Cohen
Contact
mscohen@ucla.edu
WWW
http://www.brainmapping.org/scanSTAT
Availability
now
How to get
http://www.brainmapping.org/scanSTAT/
Current version
1.0.29
Current version release date
11/2000
Open source
No
License
Not needed. Users must register, however, for NIH
Available free of charge
Yes
Requirements
Macintosh powerPC with 8 Mb of RAM
Technical publications
Applications publications
Other information
Keywords
functional, statistical, visualization
Platforms
MacOS, tbd
IATR listing last updated
23 Nov 2006