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This page contains lists of various imaging-related software projects which are of some interest to the DebianMed Project. Currently, only a few of them are available as Debian packages. However, it is the goal of Debian-med, to include all software which can sensibly add to a high quality Custom Debian Distribution.

This wiki page is meant to reflect the rather volatile aspects of DebianMedImaging. If you are looking for more information or translations into your own language be sure to visit the [http://www.debian.org/devel/debian-med official Debian-Med website].

Med-imaging is a metapackage from the DebianMed CustomDebianDistribution. It contains the software listed on [http://debian-med.alioth.debian.org/tasks/imaging.php the tasks page]. You might also like to notice the [http://debian-med.alioth.debian.org/tasks/imaging-dev.php packages for developing medical imaging applications].

Popcon data and technical summary of mediacl imaging packages Debian

Debian provides various information about each package. Most interesting might be:

There might be [http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/pkgreport.cgi?tag=med-imaging;users=debian-med@lists.debian.org additional ITP bugs] tagged as med-imaging in the Debian bug tracking system (BTS).

Unpackaged software

This is either free or at least open-source imaging-related software which is not yet packaged for Debian. If you are looking for something to do, this might be a source of inspiration. If you decide to package something, please follow the [http://www.debian.org/doc/developers-reference/ch-pkgs.en.html regular procedure] by filing an ITP bug and tagging it with med-imaging as described [http://people.debian.org/~tille/debian-med/talks/paper-cdd/debian-cdd.html/ap-bts.en.html#s-howto_itp here].

If you think there is some software missing in this list, feel free to add it.

Name

Description

Licence

[http://mbi.dkfz-heidelberg.de/mbi/software/ piano]

Piano is a library containing roughly 75 algorithms and tools for multi-dimensional medical image processing, analysis and visualization. It is used in the field of surgical planning.

BSD

[http://neuroimaging.scipy.org/ nipy]

Python-based development platform for neuroimaging research. Please see [https://cirl.berkeley.edu/view/Grants/BrainPySummary here] for a description of the various subprojects.

Free

[http://www.pixelmed.com/index.html#PixelMedJavaDICOMToolkit ?PixelMed Java DICOM Toolkit]

This is a stand-alone DICOM toolkit that implements code for reading and creating DICOM data, DICOM network and file support, a database of DICOM objects, support for display of directories, images, reports and spectra, and DICOM object validation.

Free

[http://www.slicer.org/ slicer]

The 3D Slicer is freely available, open-source software for visualization, registration, segmentation, and quantification of medical data. The slicer source seems to be available via CVS only.

[http://www.slicer.org/cgi-bin/License/SlicerLicenseForm.pl non-free]