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AMIDE

AMIDE

A Medical Image Data Examiner (AMIDE) is an open source tool for viewing, analyzing, and registering anatomical and functional volumetric medical imaging data sets.

AMIDE has the ability to simultaneously handle multiple data sets imported from a variety of file formats, image fusion, 3D region of interest drawing and analysis, volume rendering, and rigid body alignments.

The software has been designed from the ground up with support for multi-modality imaging. AMIDE can work with and display a large number of objects simultaneous (limited only by available memory). These include data set, Regions of Interest, Fiducial Mark, and Study.

The software has been written on top of GTK+, and runs on any system that supports this toolkit.

 AMIDE 1.0.5

Price
Free to download

Size
1.4MB
License

GNU GPL v2

Developer
Andreas Loening

Website
amide.sourceforge.net

System Requirements
GTK 2.10 or higher

Optional:
libmdc
DCMTK - DICOM Toolkit
z_matrix_70/libecat
volpack/libvolpack
ffmpeg (or libfame)

Support Sites:
Documentation, FAQ, Mailing List, SourceForge Project Page, AMIDE Tutorial

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • Abitrary orientation, thickness, and time period slice viewing of a data set
  • Multiple data sets can be loaded and viewed at once, with either linked or fused views. Each data set can be viewed from any orientation. Fusing can be done by blending or overlay
  • Nearest Neighbor and Trilinear interpolation functions
  • Zooming
  • The following colormaps are supported: Black/White,White/Black,Red/Green/Blue Temperature, Hot Metal/Blue/Green, Spectrum, NIH/UCLA
  • Thresholding: data sets are thresholded independently. Data sets can be thresholded over the entire data set or over each slice
  • 3-dimensional ROI's can be drawn directly on the images and statistics can be generated for these ROI's. Currently supported ROI's are ellipsoids, elliptic cylinder's, boxes, and isocontours
  • Imports raw data files (8bit,16bit,32bit,float,etc). Also imports Acr/Nema 2.0, Analyze (SPM), DICOM 3.0, InterFile3.3, ECAT 6/7, and Gif87a/89a (using the (X)medcon/libmdc)
  • Imports most clinical DICOM files (using the DCMTK library)
  • Allows cropping and clearing regions of data sets
  • Anisotropic filtering wizard. Current filters: Gaussian, 1D Median, and 3D Median
  • Saves studies (ROI and Data Set data) as XML data
  • Series of slices can be viewed
  • Fly through movies can be generated as MPEG1 files
  • True volume rendering support with the capability of rendering multiple data sets at a time. Series of renderings can be saved as MPEG1 movies. Data sets can also be rendered as stereoscopic image pairs
  • Alignment Wizard. Alignment of data sets is supported using fiducial markers. This is done by placing fiducial reference points on the data sets to be aligned, and then running an alignment wizard to perform a rigid body transformation (procrustes method)
  • A profile tool is included that can calculate gaussian fits and FWHM's of the generated line profiles. Profiles can also be saved for external use

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