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Name
AMIDE
Byline
Amide's a Medical Image Data Examiner
Description
AMIDE is a free and open source tool for viewing and analyzing both single and multimodality volumetric data sets. The program incorporates automatic non-orthogonal data reslicing, allowing multiple data sets to be fused without imposed constraints on the dimensions, anisotrophy, or voxel sizes of the data. Additional features include 3D ROI's (ellipses, cylinders, boxes, and isocontours), multi-slice viewing, volume rendering, and data importing through the (X)MedCon library (DICOM 3.0, ECAT 6.4/7.2, Acr/Nema 2.0, Analyze (SPM) InterFile 3.3, Concorde).
NIfTI-1 support
Creator
Andy Loening
Contact
loening@alum.mit.edu
WWW
http://amide.sourceforge.net
Availability
Free
How to get
http://amide.sourceforge.net
Current version
0.7.10
Current version release date
2003.05.29
Open source
Yes
License
GPL
Available free of charge
Yes
Requirements
Linux/i386, Mac OS X, and Windows binaries are downloadable. Source code should compile on any unix platform provided the appropriate underlying libraries (mainly Gtk+/GNOME) are installed.
Technical publications
Loening AM, Gambhir SS, "AMIDE: A completely free system for medical imaging data analysis", Journal of Nuclear Medicine, 42(5):192P, 2001
Applications publications
Other information
Keywords
visualization, volume
Platforms
Linux, MacOS, Windows
IATR listing last updated
02 Jun 2003