This is the downloads page for Slicer. The documentation contains descriptions of the individual features found in modules in Slicer in the style of a reference manual. If you are looking for the source code, please click here.
Please fill out the Slicer License Form before downloading any binary releases of Slicer.
- Stable Releases: Pre-compiled stable Slicer Releases for Linux, Windows, Mac and Solaris. This is what most people will want to download. See also the release notes.
- Snapshots: Custom built Slicer binaries, in various states of completion, i.e. some features might not be stable.
- Nightly builds: This contains a week's worth of nightly builds. Nightly builds are experimental and sometimes unstable.
- x86 means Intel or AMD processors, Darwin is for Mac OS X, PPC means PowerPC processors
- Hardware/OS requirement: Either Windows XP or more recent, Linux (x86 or x86_64), Mac OS X (ppc or Intel), min 2 GB of RAM and a dedicated graphic accelerator with at least 128 MB of on-board graphic memory (512 or more recommended). Shared memory graphics will result in slow render speeds.
- X11 for Mac: On Mac OS X you will need to install X11 from the CD. As an alternative, we had good experience with xquartz.
DOCUMENTATION AND TRAINING
- Please visit the documentation pages for the 'live' reference manual for 3D Slicer.
- Instructions on how to use Slicer can be found on the training pages.
- [[ |Mantis Tracker]]: Report bugs and make feature requests here
- [[ |Slicer Dashboard]]: Information about the nightly builds.
- [[ |Source Code]]: This page points to the source code repositories.
- [[ |Slicer mailing lists]]: This page contains points to the Slicer user and developers mailing lists.
- See [[ |here]] for 3D Slicer download statistics.
- Please note that this page cannot be edited directly as its contents are dynamically generated.
- For the old version of this page go here.
- To browse the download directories click here.