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Diffusion Tensor Imaging (DTI) is a magnetic resonance imaging method that can be used to measure local information about the structure of white matter pathways within the human brain. Combining DTI data with the computational methods of MR tractography, neuroscientists can estimate the locations and sizes of nerve bundles (white matter pathways) that course through the human brain. DTI-Query allows neuroscientists to place and interactively manipulate box-shaped regions (or volumes of interest) to selectively display pathways that pass through specc anatomical areas.


Recent releases

  •  16 Jan 2008 07:26

    Release Notes: Pathways are now stored in voxel space (untransformed). Inconsistencies in data storage across multiple platforms were fixed. In precomputation, the ability to specify an "output label" was added. Several bugs in lookup tables were fixed. The ability to cycle backwards through images was added. When loading new background images, you can now append to the current set of images or replace the existing set. The name of the current background image is now displayed. The ability to specify an arbitrary "output prefix" was added.

    •  23 Jun 2007 00:46

      No changes have been submitted for this release.


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