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Name
FisWidgets
Byline
University of Pittsburgh
Description
A set of Java libraries for rapidly creating GUIs for software modules (C, C++, Fortan, PERL scripts, etc.), and graphically controlling process flow among them. This allows a GUI to be created for existing image processing and analysis routines, which provides: 1) graphic elements for setting parameters, arguments, etc. (i.e., text dialogs, file browsers, etc.); 2) links to web based documentation; 3) simple point-and-click interface for setting up a path for data flow from one module to another. The purpose of FisWidgets is to provide an integrated and user-friendly environment for using the disparate and growing array of image processing and analysis tools created by different laboratories.
NIfTI-1 support
Creator
  • Kate Fissell, (University of Pittsburgh)
  • Dan Cunningham, (University of Pittsburgh Medical Center)
  • Eugene Tseytlin, (University of Pittsburgh)
  • Walter Schneider, (University of Pittsburgh Learning Research and Development Center, Psychology Software Tools)
  • Jonathon D. Cohen, (Princeton University, University of Pittsburgh)
  • Cameron Carter, (University of California, Davis)
Contact
Kate Fissell, fissell+@pitt.edu
WWW
http://neurocog.lrdc.pitt.edu/fiswidgets/
Availability
Public Domain.
How to get
Download from web site.
Current version
2.2
Current version release date
December 12, 2003
Open source
Yes
License
GPL
Available free of charge
Yes
Requirements
FisWidgets is written using the Java language. It has been written and tested with JDK 1.4.1.
Technical publications
Applications publications
Other information
Keywords
fMRI, functional, HBP supported, statistical, visualization
Platforms
IRIX, Java, Linux, MacOS, SunOS, UNIX, Windows
IATR listing last updated
15 Jan 2004