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Revision as of 15:57, 24 April 2008

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This page is a portal for documentation about Slicer 3. For information for software developers, please go to the Developers page (see link in navigation box to the left).

  • With the distribution of slicer3 there will be a set of bundled modules to get people started. The exact composition of the bundled modules hasn't been finalized, but it will be similar to the current set of modules that are built in. There may be different application-specific bundles that can optionally be loaded. E.g. a registration bundle, an IGT bundle, a diffusion bundle, etc.

For NITRC modules the work is still in-progress. Active work (02/2008):

  • Sebastien is working on being able to build modules based on a configuration file.
  • Terry Lorber is working on having slicer3 detect and load modules that it finds locally.
  • Once these are done Terry will look at how to download and install new modules from places like NITRC.

How-To Tutorials


Please copy the template linked below, paste it into your page and customize it with your module's information.

Core Modules

CLI Modules

Modules on NITRC

We are using NITRC as a repository for contributed modules. As a general rule, we do not test them ourselves, it is the downloaders job to ensure that they do what they want them to do.

Click here to see a listing of Slicer 3 modules on NITRC.

Problems and Feature Request

We have an issues tracker for Slicer 3. You need to create an account for filing reports. We keep track of both feature requests and bug reports. Make sure to use the pull-down in the upper right to select Slicer 3.