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Revision as of 07:44, 14 June 2013Home < Documentation < 4.2 < Extensions
For the latest Slicer documentation, visit the 4.10 page.
The Slicer community maintains a website referred to as the Slicer Extensions Catalog to support finding, downloading and installing of extensions. Access to this website is integral to Slicer and facilitated by the Extensions Manager functionality built into the distributed program.
- Category 1: Fully compliant Slicer Extensions: Slicer license, open source, maintained.
- Category 2: Open source, contact exists.
- Category 3: All other extensions (work in progress, beta, closed source etc).
To publish extensions, developers should consider reading the following pages:
Extensions by Category
- SkullStripper (Xiaodong Tao)
- CARMA (Alan Morris)
- PkModeling (Emma Zhu, Jim Miller)
- FacetedVisualizer (Harini Veeraraghavan, Jim Miller)
- Reporting (Andrey Fedorov, Nicole Aucoin, Steve Pieper) (work in progress)
- SlicerRT (Csaba Pinter, Andras Lasso, Kevin Wang, Steve Pieper)
- DICOM-RT import
- Dose volume histogram
- Dose accumulation
- Dose comparison
- Isodose line and surface display
- Contour comparison
- Contour morphology
- Deformation field visualizer
- Modules from Plastimatch (Greg Sharp)
- VolumeResliceDriver (Junichi Tokuda, Laurent Chauvin)
- IGyne (Guillaume Pernelle)
- LongitudinalPETCT (Paul Mercea, Andrey Fedorov)
- TubeTK (Stephen Aylaward, Jean-Christophe Fillion-Robin, Christopher Mullins, Michael Jeulin-L, Matthew McCormick)
- UKFTractography (Ryan Eckbo, Yogesh Rathi)
- XNATSlicer (Sunil Kumar, Dan Marcus, Steve Pieper)