DWI/DTI Quality Control Tool: DTIPrep

DTIPrep performs a "Study-specific Protocol" based automatic pipeline for DWI/DTI quality control and preparation. This is both a GUI and command line tool. The configurable pipeline includes image/diffusion information check, padding/Cropping of data, slice-wise, interlace-wise and gradient-wise intensity and motion check, head motion and Eddy current artifact correction, and DTI computing.

DTIPrep is also available as an extension of 3D Slicer (http://www.slicer.org)
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Specifications

Category:Application
License:Apache License 2.0
Development Status:3 - Alpha
Domain:MR
Environment:Console (Text Based), Win32 (MS Windows), X11 Applications
Intended Audience:End Users
Natural Language:English
Operating System:MacOS, Windows XP, Linux
Programming Language:C++
Supported Data Format:Nrrd
Other Keywords: control, diffusion, dti, dwi, quality, tensor, weighted

Associations

is installed on:NITRC Enhanced Services
works well with:DTIProcess ToolKit

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RE: concatenated DTI scans posted by Martin Styner on Nov 11

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RE: concatenated DTI scans posted by Christopher Petty on Nov 10

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RE: assurance of uniform distribution posted by Yuta Aoki on Nov 10

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RE: Bad gradients cannot be manual exclusion posted by Martin Styner on Nov 2

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RE: assurance of uniform distribution posted by Martin Styner on Nov 2

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RE: concatenated DTI scans posted by Martin Styner on Nov 2

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RE: concatenated DTI scans posted by Christopher Petty on Nov 2

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RE: concatenated DTI scans posted by Christopher Petty on Nov 1

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concatenated DTI scans posted by Christopher Petty on Nov 1

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Bad gradients cannot be manual exclusion posted by Huanjie Li on Oct 31