Not signed in
197 tools registered

Search results


This tool is supported wholly or in part by The Human Brain Project.

There are no user reviews for this tool.

Review this tool.

Name
NeuroServ
Byline
The MITRE Corporation
Description
NeuroServ is a java-based tool for managing and sharing MRI/DTI datasets, and related subject and protocol metadata. Data entry, data access, general query, reporting, analysis, and administrative operations occur through browser-based forms. NeuroServ works with a webserver (Tomcat) and a backend database (e.g., Postgres); a schema and over 40 forms are provided in the distribution. Support for DTI includes entry of multi-orientation raw DWI files, semi-automated normalization to the B0 image and quality filtering. Planned extensions include full DTI processing through image production and data sharing using the SSC incremental visiblity model.
NIfTI-1 support
Creator
Jeff Hoyt, Gail Hamilton, Ken Smith
Contact
jchoyt@mitre.org
WWW
neuroinformatics.mitre.org
Availability
Fully available
How to get
download from neuroinformatics.mitre.org/downloads.html
Current version
1.0
Current version release date
3/1/06
Open source
Yes
License
(for any non-commercial use)
Available free of charge
Yes
Requirements
Version 1 works with Tomcat 4.0 or later and Java 5 or later.
Technical publications

Hoyt, J., Smith, K., Hamilton, G., Cornett, T., and Carley-Spencer, M. Neuroserv: An information system for storage, retrieval, sharing, and discovery of human brain imaging data - with application to DTI. NeuroImage Abs 26 (2005). 11th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM). Toronto.

Smith, K. Overcoming Challenges to Sharing Neuroimagery. In Databasing the Brain: From Data to Knowledge (NeuroInformatics), S.Koslow and S.Subramaniam, Eds. Wiley and Sons Press,Hoboken, N.J., 2005, chapter 24.

Smith, K., Jajodia, S., Swarup, V., Hoyt, J., Hamilton, G., Cornett, T.,and Faatz, D. Enabling the sharing of neuroimaging data through well-defined intermediate levels of visibility. NeuroImage 22 (2004), 1646-1656.

Feidler, J., Carley, M., Colella, D., Hoyt, J., Iwerks, G., and Smith, K. A searchable archive and repository of neuroimagery. NeuroImage Abs 16, 2 (2002).8th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM). Sendai.

Applications publications
Other information
Keywords
data management, diffusion, HBP supported, registration, sharing
Platforms
Any platform with a Java Virtual Machine (JVM).
IATR listing last updated
09 Mar 2006