MRIcron

MRIcron is a cross-platform NIfTI format image viewer. It can load multiple layers of images, generate volume renderings and draw volumes of interest. It also provides dcm2nii for converting DICOM images to NIfTI format and NPM for statistics. MRIcron is a mature and useful tool, however you may want to consider the more recent MRIcroGL as an alternative.
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Category:Center of Mass, Regression, Clipping, Two Dimensional Display, Volume Rendering
License:BSD License
Development Status:5 - Production/Stable/Mature
Domain:MR
Environment:Console (Text Based), Other Environment, Win32 (MS Windows), Gnome, KDE
Intended Audience:End Users
Natural Language:English
Operating System:MacOS, Windows, Linux
Programming Language:Pascal
Supported Data Format:ANALYZE, DICOM, NIfTI-1

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Overlay issue with MRIcron/NPM/dcm2nii 2MAY2016 posted by Jeremy Purcell on Feb 6

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RE: Multiple DICOM to NIfTI converter using dcm2niiX (Win10)  posted by Chris Rorden on Dec 22, 2017

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Extract VOI values posted by Isabelle Faillenot on Dec 22, 2017

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Multiple DICOM to NIfTI converter using dcm2niiX (Win10)  posted by Larry Lai on Dec 22, 2017

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RE: Convert DICOM to NIFTI. posted by Chris Rorden on Dec 20, 2017

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problem opening T2 images posted by Elizabeth Woytowicz on Dec 18, 2017

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RE: Convert DICOM to NIFTI. posted by egalv002 on Dec 18, 2017

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MRICRON display blank since Mac OS High Siera posted by Christian Keysers on Dec 4, 2017

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Coordinates displayed in the upper toolbar posted by Cohen Kadosh lab on Nov 30, 2017

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Covarying for volume in NPM posted by Christian Núñez on Nov 10, 2017