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Set of screenshots showing Slicer in action.
Information on how to use Slicer 4.0
Set of common questions/answers
Platform specific issues and considerations

Developers Corner


Where to find the source code, how to compile ...

General Information

3D Slicer
3D Slicer 4.0
Description
Research platform for the analysis and visualization of medical images, including image guided therapy.
Free and extensible open source package.
Multi-platform Linux, MacOSX, Windows
Version 4.0
License Contribution and Software License Agreement
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Extensions

Introduction

  • Slicer Extensions are the "on-ramp" to the Slicer "highway". slicer Extensions provide a voluntary mechanism for anybody, including third parties, to extend the functionality of 3d Slicer.
  • While the Slicer license is suggested for extensions, it is not required. Please review the documentation of the extension carefully as some extensions might have a "non-Slicer" license.
  • For a subset of extensions, you can use the extension wizard in Slicer to find their webpages and to install/uninstall individual extensions.
  • In case of problems with extensions, please talk directly to the developers of the extensions.
  • Information for developers can be found here. See here for the end-user documentation template.
  • In Slicer 4, all new modules will begin as "Immature Extensions". They will progress to the status of "Mature Extensions", when they meet all the criteria listed below. In order to become part of the main Slicer distribution a discussion with the Slicer core team will have to be initiated after reaching the mature extension status. While extensions can be made available under many licenses, the main Slicer distribution will contain ONLY code under the slicer license, with no known IP liabilities.

Collections

Collections are groups of extensions that can be downloaded in a single operation. You can think of them as the equivalent to a playlist.

id Thumbnail Name Short Description Maturity Slicer License Search terms Contact Information
1 Replace the image with your image, replace the generic documentation link with a link to your documentation MyCollection This is a collection of extensions that will do something miraculous with your images StableExtensionIcon.png SlicerLicenseIcon.png segmentation, level set my-email at mit.edu



Table Of Extensions

id Thumbnail Name Short Description Maturity Slicer License Search terms Contact Information
1 Replace the image with your image, replace the generic documentation linke with a link to your documentation MyExtension This is an extension that will do something wonderful with your data ExperimentalExtensionIcon.png NoSlicerLicenseIcon.png filter, anisotropic my-email at gmail.com
2 Replace the image with your image, replace the generic documentation linke with a link to your documentation MyExtension This is an extension that will do something miraculous with your images StableExtensionIcon.png SlicerLicenseIcon.png segmentation, level set my-email at mit.edu


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