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Name
SureFit
Byline
Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine
Description
Note: SureFit was merged into / superseded by Caret effective April 2005. We recommend you use Caret instead of SureFit.

SureFit (Surface Reconstruction by Filtering and Intensity Transformations) is a software package for visualizing volume and surface data and for generating segmentations and surface reconstructions of the cerebral cortex. SureFit is based on a probabilistic approach to shape analysis that capitalizes on many of the cues used by the human visual system in recognizing cortex in neuroimaging data. The SureFit User's Guide contains detailed tutorials for surface visualization and flattening using downloadable exemplar data sets.
NIfTI-1 support
Creator
Heather Drury, David Van Essen & Donna Hanlon
Contact
Donna Hanlon (donna@wustl.edu)
WWW
http://brainmap.wustl.edu
Availability
public
How to get
Registration at http://brainmap.wustl.edu/resources/surefitnew.html
Current version
4.43
Current version release date
1/27/2003
Open source
Yes
License
GPL
Available free of charge
Yes
Requirements
After we receive your registration, we will e-mail the information needed to download the software.
Hardware/Software Requirements: Silicon Graphics (IRIX 6.2 or later), Linux INTEL, or Sun Solaris operating systems.
At least 256Mbytes memory required.
Software takes up to 200Mbytes disk space; a typical case (hemisphere) consumes a few hundred Mbytes of disk space.
Technical publications
Van Essen, D.C., Dickson, J., Harwell, J., Hanlon, D., Anderson, C.H. and Drury, H.A. 2001. An Integrated Software System for Surface-based Analyses of Cerebral Cortex. Journal of American Medical Informatics Association. 8:443-459 (Downloadable from our website).
Applications publications
Other information
Keywords
HBP supported, segmentation, surface analysis, visualization, volume
Platforms
IRIX, Linux, SunOS, UNIX
IATR listing last updated
22 Sep 2005