- Laboratory of Neuro Imaging, UCLA
The Synchronized Histological Image Viewing Architecture (SHIVA) is a Java-based visualization and analysis application. SHIVA can load, display, and process 2D and 3D image files. SHIVA provides convenient methods for users to overlay multiple datasets. For example, one can simultaneously display co-registered MRI and histology data with a set of anatomical labels that delineate structures or tissue types. SHIVA currently supports files that are stored in Analyze image, MINC, TIFF, and some vendor specific formats. The distribution of SHIVA includes a Java binary and a collection of data files from the LONI Mouse Atlas Project.
SHIVA provides a visualization framework that can display simultaneously display multiple image files. SHIVA can display data in single planes, simultaneous orthogonal planes has several isplay modes, including lightbox views, single plane views, or simultaneous orthogonal (axial, sagittal, and coronal) views of 3D image volume datasets. SHIVA also provides tools for delineation of anatomical structures and generation of mask volumes.
- NIfTI-1 support
- Heng Yuan, Allan MacKenzie-Graham, Eagle S. Jones, David W. Shattuck, Arthur W. Toga
- Allan MacKenzie-Graham (amg at loni.ucla.edu)
- How to get
- Either download from the web site for the public release (currently outdated) or contact Allan MacKenzie-Graham (see contact information) for the latest build
- Current version
- Current version release date
- Open source
- Available free of charge
- Java 1.4+ and Java3D 1.3+ (optional)
- Technical publications
- Applications publications
- Other information
- atlas, BIRN, CCB (NCBC), registration, segmentation, visualization, volume
- IRIX, Java, Linux, MacOS, SunOS, UNIX, Windows
- IATR listing last updated
- 27 Oct 2006
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