Module Type & Category
Authors, Collaborators & Contact
- Author: Tom Vercauteren : Institut National de Recherche En Informatique Et En Automatique
- Contributor: Hans J. Johnson : University of Iowa
- Contributor2: Kent WIlliams : University of Iowa
- Contact: Hans J. Johnson email@example.com
Overview of what the module does goes here.
BRAINSDemonWarp is a command line program for image registration by using different methods including Thirion and diffeomorphic demons algorithms. The function takes in a template image and a target image along with other optional parameters and registers the template image onto the target image. The resultant deformation fields and metric values can be written to a file. The program uses the Insight Toolkit (www.ITK.org) for all the computations, and can operate on any of the image types supported by that library.
Use Cases, Examples
BRAINSDemonWarp's purpose is to register one anatomical image to another, i.e. to transform an image so that the anatomical features are aligned with the same anatomical features in another image. The transformed image is called the 'moving image', the image to which the moving image is aligned is called the 'fixed image.'
Links to tutorials explaining how to use this module:
- Tutorial 1
- Data Set 1
Quick Tour of Features and Use
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Notes from the Developer(s)
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Other modules or packages that are required for this module's use.
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Source code & documentation
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