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{{documentation/modulename}} module allows to output a filtered transform node based on an tracker input (transform node). Tracking sensors are particularly usefull to track surgical tools, robots, patient motion, etc... . However, data imported in 3D Slicer from these devices are often noisy. To reduce the noise and smoothly control objects, such as 3D Slicer camera, the {{documentation/modulename}} module will apply a low-pass filter on input data. The cut-off frequency (i.e. the smoothing parameter) is adjustable by the user.  
It is important to notice that filters induce delay, and the smoother the motion is, the bigger the delay between the raw data and the filtered position will be.
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Revision as of 17:42, 25 April 2014

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Introduction and Acknowledgements

This work is supported by NA-MIC, NCIGT, and the Slicer Community.
Author: Vivek Narayan, Jayender Jagadeesan
Contact: Jayender Jagadeesan <email> jayender@bwh.harvard.edu</email>

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Tutorials

Tutorial for OpenCAD (pptx)

Data sets

Breast DCE-MRI Data Set 1 (zip file containing the nrrd volumes for the OpenCAD tutorial)

Breast DCE-MRI Data Set 2 (zip file containing additional test set of nrrd volumes)

Liver DCE-MRI Data Set 1 (zip file containing additional test set of nrrd volumes)

Panels and their use

The GUI of the OpenCAD module contains 4 sections:
  • Select DCE-MRI Volumes for Segmentation
  • Select or Create Output OpenCAD Label Map
  • Set Advanced Segmentation Parameters
  • OpenCAD Label Statistics
  • Interactive Charting Settings
OpenCAD GUI


Similar Modules

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References

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Information for Developers



Source code: https://github.com/vnarayan13/Slicer-OpenCAD