iBEAT

iBEAT (Infant Brain Extraction and Analysis Toolbox, previously called LIBRA) is a toolbox with graphical user interfaces for processing infant brain MR images. Longitudinal (or single-time-point) multimodality (including T1, T2, and FA) (or single-modality) data can be processed using the toolbox. Main functions of the software (step by step) include image preprocessing, brain extraction, tissue segmentation and brain labeling. The software is developed by the IDEA group at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, directed by Dr. Dinggang Shen(dinggang_shen@med.unc.edu).

Linux operating system (64 bit) is required. A workstation or server with memory > 8G is recommended for processing many images simultaneously. The graphical user interfaces and overall framework of the software are implemented in MATLAB. The image processing functions are implemented with the combination of C/C++, MATLAB, Perl and Shell languages. Parallelization technologies are used in the software to speed up image processing.
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Category:Atlas Data, Atlas Application, Segmentation, Registration, Warping, Image Display
License:iBEAT
Domain:MR

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Infant cortical surface atlases are released! posted by li wang on Oct 10

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ibeat: UNC 4D Infant Cortical Surface Atlas release

https://www.nitrc.org/projects/infantsurfatlas/ posted by li wang on Oct 2

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ibeat: UNC 4D Infant Cortical Surface Atlas release

UNC-Cortical-Surface-Atlas-V1.pdf posted by li wang on Oct 2

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R: What are the features of the new version ? posted by li wang on Oct 2

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Infant cortical surface atlases will be released soon! posted by li wang on Oct 2

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What are the features of the new version ? posted by Jiawei Chen on Oct 1

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RE: Infant cortical surface atlas is coming! posted by li wang on Sep 30

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RE: Infant cortical surface atlas is coming! posted by li wang on Sep 30

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RE: new version posted by li wang on Sep 30

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RE: Infant cortical surface atlas is coming! posted by lgn_njust on Sep 29