MRIcroGL

MRIcroGL allows you to view 2D slices and renderings of your brain imaging data. It can display many image formats and includes a graphical interface for dcm2nii to convert DICOM images to NIfTI format. It allows you to draw regions of interest which can aid lesion mapping and fMRI analysis. It provides sophisticated rendering.
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Specifications

Category:Three Dimensional Display, Two Dimensional Display, Volume Rendering
License:BSD License
Development Status:5 - Production/Stable/Mature
Domain:CT, MR, PET/SPECT
Intended Audience:End Users
Natural Language:English
Operating System:MacOS, Windows, Linux
Programming Language:Pascal
Supported Data Format:AFNI BRIK, ANALYZE, DICOM, MGH/MGZ, NIfTI-1, Nrrd, Philips PAR/REC

Associations

has subpart:dcm2nii
has images:INIA19 Primate Brain Atlas
is from the makers of:MRIcron
MRIcroS
works well with:FSL
NiiStat
SPM
Clinical Toolbox for SPM
Surf Ice

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RE: Not able to load brain masks posted by Chris Rorden on May 28

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RE: Potential bug while using dcm2niix module posted by Chris Rorden on May 28

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mricrogl: MRIcroGL 28-May-2017 with dcm2niix release

mricrogl_linux.zip posted by Chris Rorden on May 28

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mricrogl: MRIcroGL 28-May-2017 with dcm2niix release

MRIcroGL_macOS.dmg posted by Chris Rorden on May 28

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mricrogl: MRIcroGL 28-May-2017 with dcm2niix release

mricrogl_windows.zip posted by Chris Rorden on May 28

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open-discussion forum

Overlayload in MRIcroGL posted by SUDHAKAR MISHRA on May 27

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MRIcroGL with R posted by SUDHAKAR MISHRA on May 27

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RE: dcm2niix and multiple bval shells (Phillips) posted by Chris Rorden on May 27

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RE: Outpug flag issue using dcm2niix -b posted by Chris Rorden on May 27

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RE: Dicom to Nifti / dcm2niix / Slice timing posted by Chris Rorden on May 27