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Analysis tool

MOUSE BIRN ATLASING TOOLKIT (MBAT) 2.0 Beta

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Installation

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1 -- I wouldn't wish this on my enemies
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3 -- Average
4
5 -- My three year old could do this

Was the tool easy to download and install? Were you put off by any aspect of getting the tool running, or do you wish everything in life could be so easy?



Functionality

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1 -- Doesn't do much but take up disk space
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3 -- Adequate
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5 -- I'll never need any other analysis software

Does the tool do what it advertises? How easy was it to get the software to do the job you downloaded it for?



Documentation

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1 -- Nonexistent/no help at all
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3 -- Adequate
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5 -- Best documentation I've ever seen

Was the documentation helpful? Adequate? Existent?



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