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Name
Synu
Byline
National Center for Microscopy and Imaging Research
Description
Synu is a collection of programs for manipulation and visual presentation of scientific data. Synu works with polygon meshes, stacks of contour lines, or three-dimensional volumes from confocal Z-series, tomography, or simulations.
NIfTI-1 support
Creator
David Hessler & Steve Lamont
Contact
spl@ncmir.ucsd.edu
WWW
http://ncmir.ucsd.edu/Software/synuview.htm
Availability
How to get
http://ncmir.ucsd.edu/doc/SYNU.html#Q11
Current version
Current version release date
many years ago
Open source
No
License
Available free of charge
Yes
Requirements
The interactive portion of Synu, SynuView, runs only on Silicon Graphics machines. The non-interactive portions of Synu are supported on a number of Unix-based machines, from Cray supercomputers to Sun Microsystems workstations. An OpenGL version is also available.
Technical publications
David Hessler, Stephen J. Young, Bridget O. Carragher, Maryann E. Martone, Stephen Lamont, Michael Whittaker, Ronald A. Milligan, Eleizer Masliah, Jenny E. Hinshaw, and Mark H. Ellisman (1992) Programs for Visualization in Three-Dimensional Microscopy. Neuroimage 1(1): 55-67 (http://ncmir.ucsd.edu/abstracts.html#Neuro_1)
Applications publications
David Hessler, Stephen J. Young, Bridget O. Carragher, Maryann E. Martone, Stephen Lamont, Michael Whittaker, Ronald A. Milligan, Eleizer Masliah, Jenny E. Hinshaw, and Mark H. Ellisman (1992) Programs for Visualization in Three-Dimensional Microscopy. Neuroimage 1(1): 55-67 (http://ncmir.ucsd.edu/abstracts.html#Neuro_1)
Other information
Keywords
HBP supported, surface analysis, tomography, visualization, volume
Platforms
IRIX, Solaris
IATR listing last updated
07 Aug 2006