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Name
ViPAR
Byline
Image Analysis and Communications Lab (IACL), Johns Hopkins University
Description
ViPAR (Visualization, Paint, Allignment and Rotation) is a MRI visualization and manipulation tool that enables real-time 3D transformation of MR volumes and delineation of regions of interest on arbitrary planes. It is available as a plugin to MIPAV.
NIfTI-1 support
Native within MIPAV 2.6+.
Creator
IACL
Contact
vipar-support _at_ iron.ece.jhu.edu
WWW
http://iacl.ece.jhu.edu/resources/
Availability
free
How to get
Register and download.
Current version
1.4.1
Current version release date
6/9/06
Open source
No
License
Freely available, non-clinical license.
Available free of charge
Yes
Requirements
MIPAV (http://mipav.cit.nih.gov) 2.6 or compatible.
Technical publications
Bennett A. Landman, Shwetadwip Chowdhury, Alex H. Sinofsky, Andrew S. K. Liu, Susumu Mori, David S. Zee, Jerry L. Prince, and Sarah H. Ying, Delineation of Cerebellar Fiber Tracts on Anatomically Aligned Planes with ViPAR, a Novel MRI Visualization and Manipulation Tool, Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Florence, Italy, June 2006

Bennett A. Landman, Shwetadwip Chowdhury, Alexander H. Sinofsky, Susumu Mori, David S. Zee, Jerry L. Prince, and Sarah H. Ying, s-Image Representation of Diffusion Tensor Contrast and Fiber Geometry: Leukometric Analysis in the Brainstem and Cerebellum, Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Florence, Italy, June 2006

Applications publications
Alexander H. Sinofsky, Bennett A. Landman, Shwetadwip Chowdhury, Anna Gambini, Susumu Mori, David S. Zee, Jerry L. Prince, and Sarah H. Ying, Diffusion-weighted MR imaging of the cerebellar peduncles as a surrogate measure of cerebellar degeneration, Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Florence, Italy, June 2006
Other information
Keywords
delineation, NIfTI-1 support, region of interest, ROI, visualization
Platforms
HPUX, IRIX, Java, Linux, MacOS, SunOS, UNIX, Windows
IATR listing last updated
23 Jul 2007