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Diffusion Editor

Diffusion Editor, showing tracts and glyphs on helix example
tracts and glyphs view
tracts and glyphs view - +90° rotation of measurement frame

General Information

Module Type & Category

Type: Interactive

Category: Diffusion Imaging

Authors, Collaborators & Contact

  • Author: Kerstin Kessel
  • Supervisor: Steve Pieper, Ron Kikinis

Module Description

TODO: Overview of what the module does goes here.


Examples, Use Cases & Tutorials


  • Note use cases for which this module is especially appropriate, and/or link to examples.
  • Link to examples of the module's use
  • Link to any existing tutorials

Quick Tour of Features and Use

TODO: List all the panels in your interface, their features, what they mean, and how to use them. For instance:

  • Measurement Frame panel:
  • Gradients panel:
  • Testing panel:


Status / Implementation Progress

The editor is now successfully integrated in the Volumes module of the trunk version of Slicer3.

  • measurement frame (gui/load/change/save): 100%
  • gradients (gui/load/change/save): 100%
  • undo/redo/restore mechanism: 100%
  • test: 75%
    • tensor estimation with existing clm: 100%
    • glyphs view in all32 planes with the possibility to change resolution: 100%
    • alternative tensor estimation with new filter: 0%
      • filter for tensor rotation: 0%
    • tractography fiducial seeding: 100%
  • testing: 0%
  • documentation, tutorials (videos): 40%
  • writing master thesis: 5% :-)

Known bugs

Follow this link to the Slicer3 bug tracker to see known bugs, or to report a new one. Please select the usability issue category when browsing or contributing:

Source code & documentation

Source code is available here:

Links to documentation generated by doxygen:

More Information


Include funding and other support here.


Publications related to this module go here. Links to pdfs would be useful.