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Table of Content
Modules by Category
- Annotations (Nicole Aucoin)
- Colors (Nicole Aucoin)
- Data (Julien Finet)
- DICOM (Steve Pieper)
- Editor (Steve Pieper)
- Models (Nicole Aucoin)
- SceneViews (Nicole Aucoin)
- Transforms (Alex Yarmarkovich)
- View Controllers (Jim Miller)
- Volumes (Steve Pieper)
- Volume Rendering (Julien Finet)
- Welcome to Slicer (Wendy Plesniak)
- ChangeTracker (Andrey Fedorov)
- Sample Data (Steve Pieper)
- General Brainsfit Registration (Hans Johnson)
- Resample Image (BRAINS) (Hans Johnson)
- EMSegment Easy (no atlas) (Kilian Pohl)
- EMSegment (with atlas) (Kilian Pohl)
- Simple Region Growing Segmentation (Jim Miller, Harini Veeraraghavan)
- Data Probe (Steve Pieper)
- Label Statistics (Steve Pieper)
- PET Standard Uptake Value Computation (Nicole Aucoin)
- Change quantification
- Intensity Difference Metric (Andrey Fedorov)
- DWI to Full Brain Tractography (Demian Wasserman)
- OpenIGTLink IF (Junichi Tokuda)
- N4ITK Bias Field Correction (Andrey Fedorov)
- CheckerBoard Filter (Jim Miller)
- Extract Skeleton (Jim Miller)
- Histogram Matching (Jim Miller)
- Image Label Combine (Alex Yarmarkovich)
- Resample Scalar/Vector/DWI Volume (Francois Budin)
- Threshold Scalar Volume (Nicole Aucoin)
- Voting Binary Hole Filling Image Filter (Jim Miller)
- Grayscale Model Maker (Jim Miller)
- Label Map Smoothing
- Merge Models (Nicole Aucoin)
- Model Maker (Nicole Aucoin)
- Model To LabelMap (Nicole Aucoin)
- Probe Volume With Model (Lauren O'Donnell)
- Create DICOM Series (Jim Miller)
- Crop Volume (Andrey Fedorov)
- Dicom to Nrrd Converter (Jim Miller)
- Orient Scalar Volume (Jim Miller)
- Endoscopy (Steve Pieper)
- Cameras (Julien Finet)
- Event Broker (Julien Finet)
- Execution Model Tour (JC Fillion-Robin)
- Module Template (JC Fillion-Robin)
- Performance Tests
- Otsu Threshold Segmentation (Bill Lorensen)
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|id||Thumbnail||Name||Short Description||Maturity||Slicer License||Search terms||Contact Information|
|1||MyCollection||This is a collection of extensions that will do something miraculous with your images||segmentation, level set||my-email at mit.edu|
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