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|Jan 25, 2019||
Maintenance release CMTK 3.3.1p1, source code only
I am releasing CMTK 3.3.1p1 as source code only, because the only change here is to fix compilation errors resulting from an API change in the DCMTK library (release 3.6.4 thereof,...
|Jan 22, 2016||
CMTK 3.3.0 Released
A new version of CMTK, 3.3.0, is now available for download. This version fixes a few minor bugs, but mostly lifts a size limit previously imposed on images, which could not contain...
|Feb 2, 2015||
CMTK 3.2.3 released
A minor bugfix release, CMTK 3.2.3 fixes issues with import of non-integer DICOM data, directory creation on Windows, and a broken release of MXML. This release also integrates a downstream...
|Aug 4, 2014||
CMTK 3.2.2 Released
We are pleased to announce the release of CMTK 3.2.2. This release fixes a handful of small but significant bugs (in vtkxform and the transformation concatenation library code)....
|May 7, 2014||
We are pleased to announce the release of CMTK 3.2.0. This version brings a number of improvements, such as the ability to extract slice timing information (e.g., for rs-fMRI) and...
|Mar 3, 2014||
CMTK 3.1.0 released
We are pleased to annouce the release of CMTK 3.1.0. This release adds a few new features, such as a polynomial transformation model and support for extracting diffusion imaging metadata...
|Jan 10, 2014||
CMTK 3.0 released
We are pleased to announce Release 3.0 of CMTK, the Computational Morphometry Toolkit (code name "Cambridge"). This release fixes a number of major problems in earlier...
|May 17, 2013||
CMTK 2.3.0 released
We are pleased to announce the release of CMTK 2.3.0, which brings a number of bug fixes as well as a vastly improved tool for detection and quantification of the ADNI imaging phantom....
|May 8, 2012||
CMTK 2.2 release adds new features
We are pleased to announce the release of CMTK 2.2 with some exciting new features. Source code and pre-compiled packages are available from CMTK's "Downloads" section on...
|Mar 9, 2012||
CMTK 2.1.3 minor release
We have released CMTK 2.1.3. This release is intended to lock in minor changes and reorganization of the Shape-Based Averaging (SBA) tools and library code, formerly contained in the...
|Feb 23, 2012||
CMTK 2.1.2 bugfix release
We have released CMTK 2.1.2, which fixes a compilation problem using the latest version of zlib (1.2.6). Also fixes build problems when using MacPorts on MacOS, where MacPorts zlib...
|Jan 18, 2012||
CMTK 2.1.1 released
We are pleased to announce the release of CMTK 2.1.1. Most significant addition in this release is a new tool, "epiunwarp", for correction of B0-field distortion in echo-planar...
|Dec 12, 2011||
CMTK now in NeuroDebian
The CMTK Team is proud to announce CMTK's availability through NeuroDebian, starting with Release 2.1.0 of the toolkit. If you are already using NeuroDebian, simply "update"...
|May 9, 2011||
CMTK 1.7.0 Released
We are pleased to announce the release of version 1.7.0 of CMTK, the Computational Morphometry Toolkit. This release greatly improves the functionality of CMTK on the MacOS and Windows...
|Jul 13, 2010||
CMTK 1.4.0 adds support for GPU computing using CUDA
We are pleased to announce Release 1.4.0 of CMTK, The Computational Morphometry Toolkit. This release adds support for GPU computation using CUDA, currently only for MR intensity bias...
|Aug 27, 2009||
CMTK 1.1.0 released with Slicer support
Version 1.1.0 of CMTK, the Computational Morphometry Toolkit, is now available. This release brings the first tools that fully support the command line plugin interface of 3D Slicer....
|Jun 17, 2009||
CMTK 1.0.0 released
We are pleased to announce CMTK 1.0.0, the first full open source release of the Computational Morphometry Toolkit. This is the first complete release of the entire toolkit under...