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Launching medInria

The Homepage

The homepage gives an overview of medInria. From here the user has acces to the available configurations:

Browser
Visualization
Diffusion
Registration
Segmentation
Filtering

 

homepage

 

On the left we have buttons to quickly access each of the 6 available configurations: Browser, Visualization, Segmentation, Diffusion, Registration, and Filtering.

On the lower right we can find:

Settings: To modify medInria's configuration, the whole explanation can be found here.

Plugins: Gives a detailed view of which plugins where successfully loaded and which weren't.

About: A short summary of medInria and its contributors.

Help: A link to this online documentation.

 

medInria can be also used in fullscreen mode by clicking in the expanding arrows button on the lower-right.

 

The Quick Access Menu

The quick access menu allows you to switch easily between configurations. You can just click on the "Workspace access menu" button on the bottom left of the window to switch between configurations (or workspaces).

 

quick access menu

 

The Browser Area

The browser allows you to search and select data that is going to be used by medInria.

Go to its full documentation page.

 

What is each configuration for?

Visualization

The Visualization configuration is where the data (images and meshes) is displayed either in 2D or 3D rendering, this configuration is also used to visualize time series data. It has a database access and a tabbed visualization area. It is also possible to adjust the visualization layout and properties.

Go to its full documentation page.

Diffusion

The Diffusion Configuration is where diffusion MRI is processed and visualized. It can control tensor and fiber visualization properties, it is also possible to run tractography algorithms and it provides some tools to select fiber bundles.

Go to its full documentation page.

Registration

The Registration Configuration is a interface designed to run several registration algorithms on different types of data. It has two convenient layouts to load and compare images before and after the registration.

Go to its full documentation page.

Segmentation

The segmentation configuration is just a preview of the canvas on which segmentation algorithms will be added in the future. At the moment only manual painting can be done.

Go to its full documentation page.

Filtering

The filtering configuration is an handy interface of useful image processing filters, it allows you to visualize the input image and compare it with the output image.

Go to its full documentation page.

 

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