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Resource:Extensible MATLAB Medical image Analysis

Name: Resource:Extensible MATLAB Medical image Analysis
Description:

EMMA (Extensible MATLAB Medical image Analysis) is a toolkit written at the Montreal Neurological Institute designed to ease the use of MATLAB in the analysis of medical imaging data. It was conceived by Sean Marrett and implemented (in the summer of 1993) by Mark Wolforth and Greg Ward, under Sean's guidance. It provides functions for reading and writing MINC files (our local data file format), viewing images, performing ROI operations, and performing several popular analyses. Also, there are toolkits for performing kinetic analysis of dynamic PET rCBF (regional cerebral blood flow) and FDG data.
The goal for this site is to provide a centrally available listing of all image analysis tools that are available to the neuroscience community in order to facilitate the development, identification, and sharing of tools that are of use to the general community. It is hoped that this helps the "tool developers" to get their tools to a larger user community and to reduce redundancy (or at least utilize tool redundancy to facilitate optimal tool design) in tool development. This also helps "tool users" in identification of the existing tools for specific problems as they arise.

Support: Funded by The Human Brain Project
Other Name(s): EMMA
Parent Organization: Internet Analysis Tools Registry
Resource Type(s): data visualization software
Resource: Resource
URL: http://www.cma.mgh.harvard.edu/iatr/display.php?spec=id&ids=107
*Id: nif-0000-33081
Keywords: analysis, matlab, medical, neurological, tool, image
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Definition

EMMA (Extensible MATLAB Medical im
EMMA (Extensible MATLAB Medical image Analysis) is a toolkit written at the Montreal Neurological Institute designed to ease the use of MATLAB in the analysis of medical imaging data. It was conceived by Sean Marrett and implemented (in the summer of 1993) by Mark Wolforth and Greg Ward, under Sean's guidance. It provides functions for reading and writing MINC files (our local data file format), viewing images, performing ROI operations, and performing several popular analyses. Also, there are toolkits for performing kinetic analysis of dynamic PET rCBF (regional cerebral blood flow) and FDG data.
The goal for this site is to provide a centrally available listing of all image analysis tools that are available to the neuroscience community in order to facilitate the development, identification, and sharing of tools that are of use to the general community. It is hoped that this helps the "tool developers" to get their tools to a larger user community and to reduce redundancy (or at least utilize tool redundancy to facilitate optimal tool design) in tool development. This also helps "tool users" in identification of the existing tools for specific problems as they arise.

Support: Funded by The Human Brain Project
t: Funded by The Human Brain Project
Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Resource  +
Has roleData visualization software  +
Idnif-0000-33081  +
Is part ofInternet Analysis Tools Registry  +
KeywordsAnalysis  +, Matlab  +, Medical  +, Neurological  +, Tool  +, and Image  +
LabelResource:Extensible MATLAB Medical image Analysis  +
ModifiedDate14 October 2010  +
SuperCategoryResource  +
SynonymEMMA  +