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Resource:LONI Pipeline Processing Environment

Name: Resource:LONI Pipeline Processing Environment
Description: A free workflow application primarily aimed at neuroimaging researchers that allows users to easily describe their executables in a graphical user interface (ie. create a module) and connect them together to create complex analyses all without having to code a single line in a scripting language. The Pipeline Client runs on your PC/Mac/Linux computer upon which you can create sophisticated processing workflows using a variety of commonly available executable tools (e.g. FSL, AIR, FreeSurfer, AFNI, Diffusion Toolkit, etc). The Distributed Pipeline Server can be installed on your Linux cluster and you can submit processing jobs directly to your own compute systems.

Once you’ve created a module for use in the LONI Pipeline, you can save it into your personal library and reuse it in other workflows you create by simply dragging and dropping it in.

Because the LONI Pipeline is written in Java, you can work in whatever operating system suits you best. If there are tools that you need that can only work on another operating system, you can install a Pipeline server on that computer and connect from your client to do processing and analysis remotely.
Other Name(s): LONI Pipeline Environment
Abbreviation: LONI Pipeline
Parent Organization: Resource:UCLA: Laboratory of Neuro Imaging
Supporting Agency: NIH
Grant: P41 RR013642, R01 MH71940, U54 RR021813
Resource Type(s): Workflow software
Resource: Resource
URL: http://www.loni.usc.edu/Software/Pipeline
*Id: nif-0000-00322
PMID: PMID 12880830
Related to: Resource:NITRC, Resource:Biositemaps
Availability: LONI Software License
Keywords: Workflow, Neuroscience, AFNI BRIK, ANALYZE, bshort, bfloat, Computational neuroscience, DICOM, Imaging Genomics, Java, Linux, MacOS, Microsoft, MINC, MINC2, NIfTI, PET, SPECT, POSIX/UNIX-like, SunOS/Solaris, Windows, Windows NT/2000, atlas, BIRN, CCB, functional, NA-MIC, registration, segmentation, statistical, surface analysis, visual processing environment, volume, warping, Image processing
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Alt. URL: http://www.nitrc.org/projects/pipeline
Alt. URL: http://pipeline.loni.ucla.edu
Old URL: http://www.loni.ucla.edu/NCRR/Software/Pipeline.html



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Facts about Resource:LONI Pipeline Processing EnvironmentRDF feed
AbbrevLONI Pipeline  +
AvailabilityLONI Software License  +
CurationStatuscurated  +
DefiningCitationhttp://www.loni.usc.edu/Software/Pipeline  +
DefinitionA free workflow application primarily aime A free workflow application primarily aimed at neuroimaging researchers that allows users to easily describe their executables in a graphical user interface (ie. create a module) and connect them together to create complex analyses all without having to code a single line in a scripting language. The Pipeline Client runs on your PC/Mac/Linux computer upon which you can create sophisticated processing workflows using a variety of commonly available executable tools (e.g. FSL, AIR, FreeSurfer, AFNI, Diffusion Toolkit, etc). The Distributed Pipeline Server can be installed on your Linux cluster and you can submit processing jobs directly to your own compute systems.

Once you’ve created a module for use in the LONI Pipeline, you can save it into your personal library and reuse it in other workflows you create by simply dragging and dropping it in.

Because the LONI Pipeline is written in Java, you can work in whatever operating system suits you best. If there are tools that you need that can only work on another operating system, you can install a Pipeline server on that computer and connect from your client to do processing and analysis remotely.
nt to do processing and analysis remotely.
ExampleImageLONI Pipeline.PNG  +
GrantCategory:P41 RR013642   +, Category:R01 MH71940   +, and Category:U54 RR021813   +
Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Resource  +
Has roleWorkflow software  +
Idnif-0000-00322  +
Is part ofResource:UCLA: Laboratory of Neuro Imaging  +
KeywordsWorkflow  +, Neuroscience  +, AFNI BRIK  +, ANALYZE  +, Bshort  +, Bfloat  +, Computational neuroscience  +, DICOM  +, Imaging Genomics  +, Java  +, Linux  +, MacOS  +, Microsoft  +, MINC  +, MINC2  +, NIfTI  +, PET  +, SPECT  +, POSIX/UNIX-like  +, SunOS/Solaris  +, Windows  +, Windows NT/2000  +, Atlas  +, BIRN  +, CCB  +, Functional  +, NA-MIC  +, Registration  +, Segmentation  +, Statistical  +, Surface analysis  +, Visual processing environment  +, Volume  +, Warping  +, and Image processing  +
LabelResource:LONI Pipeline Processing Environment  +
ModifiedDate25 November 2013  +
PMID12880830  +
Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Resource  +
RelatedToResource:NITRC  +, and Resource:Biositemaps  +
SuperCategoryResource  +
Supporting AgencyNIH  +
SynonymLONI Pipeline Environment  +