Ratings & Reviews   User Reviews  ( 10 )   
Overall: 4.5 out of 5Installation: 4.5 out of 5Documentation: 4.5 out of 5

Individual Rating Results for MRtrix

Review 10 of MRtrix on Apr 22, 2013
Overall Ease vs. Functionality:  5 out of 5
Download/Installation Ease:  3 out of 5
Documentation/Support Quality:  5 out of 5

Review 9 of MRtrix on Aug 27, 2012
Version Reviewed:  MRtrix
Overall Ease vs. Functionality:  5 out of 5
Download/Installation Ease:  5 out of 5
Documentation/Support Quality:  4 out of 5

Review 8 of MRtrix on Apr 23, 2012
Version Reviewed:  MRtrix v0.2.10
Overall Ease vs. Functionality:  4 out of 5
Download/Installation Ease:  4 out of 5
Documentation/Support Quality:  4 out of 5
Ratings/Long-term Prospects Comments:  The version installed of MRtrix v0.2.10 run successfully on a win 7 64bit with 4-core processor. As described in the documentation, by using the mrtrix.conf file in the user folder, all the commands are esecuted using all the four processors.
Other Comments/Similar Tools:  The MRview ROI-drawing-tool need to be improved, by adding, for example a fill tool. I suggest for MRview to have a orthogonal view with openGL 3D-rotational capabilites.

Review 7 of MRtrix on Apr 03, 2012
Version Reviewed:  0.2.10
Overall Ease vs. Functionality:  4 out of 5
Download/Installation Ease:  5 out of 5
Documentation/Support Quality:  5 out of 5
Other Comments/Similar Tools:  Love MRTrix. Just one hiccup so far. We have Siemens Skyra data which stores 3D DTI datasets in 4 dimensions (ie for an image that's 200 x 200 x 100, it stores it as 200 x 200 x 1 x 100). MRTrix fails on this dataset (I assume it's the dimensionality, but I could definitely be wrong). The error returned is Assertion failed: (!gsl_nan(distance)), function operator<, file lib/file/dicom/image.cpp, line 191. Abort trap: 6 I managed to process the data by manually extracting the b vector and values from the dicom headers, reading the data into Matlab and exporting as NIfTI. Ta! Amanda

Review 6 of MRtrix on Mar 26, 2012
Version Reviewed:  last
Overall Ease vs. Functionality:  3 out of 5
Download/Installation Ease:  4 out of 5
Documentation/Support Quality:  4 out of 5

Review 5 of MRtrix on Mar 26, 2012
Version Reviewed:  MRtrix v0.2.10
Overall Ease vs. Functionality:  4 out of 5
Download/Installation Ease:  5 out of 5
Documentation/Support Quality:  3 out of 5
Other Comments/Similar Tools:  maybe it could add the function like 3D display.In this way we could observe the tract more clearly. and could I convert the *.mif into other format? or could the CSD result be used by other program or just a simple matrix form? if it can,it would be really really helpful Chih-Chin

Review 4 of MRtrix on Mar 19, 2012
Version Reviewed:  0.2.10
Overall Ease vs. Functionality:  4 out of 5
Download/Installation Ease:  4 out of 5
Documentation/Support Quality:  4 out of 5
Ratings/Long-term Prospects Comments:  Linux version can be more helpful without errors than Windows version. Developers tested it on Ubuntu. However, in my experience, it can be run on CentOS and Fedora as well.

Review 3 of MRtrix on Mar 14, 2012
Version Reviewed:  MRTrix
Overall Ease vs. Functionality:  4 out of 5
Download/Installation Ease:  4 out of 5
Documentation/Support Quality:  5 out of 5
Ratings/Long-term Prospects Comments:  it's helpful to do tractography in brain DWI imaging .

Review 2 of MRtrix on Feb 27, 2012
Version Reviewed:  0.2.10
Overall Ease vs. Functionality:  5 out of 5
Download/Installation Ease:  5 out of 5
Documentation/Support Quality:  5 out of 5
Ratings/Long-term Prospects Comments:  It's mostly command-line based; but also comes with a viewer to show all outputs. The command-line tools make it easy to perform heavy and big batch jobs on a cluster, using for instance gridengine. Multi-threading, especially for the fiber tracking, is a huge plus!

Review 1 of MRtrix on Mar 18, 2010
Overall Ease vs. Functionality:  5 out of 5
Download/Installation Ease:  5 out of 5
Documentation/Support Quality:  5 out of 5

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