Related Image Processing Applications:
- SPM-friendly viewer, converter, and much more!
- Brain Extraction Tool (BET)
- Use to skull-strip head images.
- Convert 3D Tool
- A tool from the developers of ITK-SNAP with a flexible command-line interface for common image processing operations. A great companion to ITK-SNAP.
- NIfTI Quicklook Plugin for MacOS
- Quickly browse through images on your Mac. Written by Gary Zhang.
- HistoloZee Tool
- A tool for 3D reconstruction, segmentation and visualization of histological stacks by Daniel Adler.
- Brain Regions of Interest
- Protocols for a number of regions of interest in the brain provided by the Autism Research Program at the Neurodevelopmental Disorders Research Center at UNC Chapel Hill
- Hippocampal Subfield Segmentation
- A protocol from the University of Pennsylvania that uses ITK-SNAP to segment the subfields of the hippocampal formation in T2-weighted MRI.
Open Source Toolkits:
- The Insight Toolkit (ITK)
- Parent toolkit for ITK-SNAP. ITK is a C++ libary that implements a multitude of image processing techniques. SNAP is one of the end-user applications bundled with ITK.
- The Visualization Toolkit (VTK)
- VTK is a C++ libary for visualization and 3D graphics. SNAP uses VTK for 3D rendering.
- Fast Light Toolkit (FLTK)
- FLTK is a library for building graphical user interfaces across platforms. The user interface in SNAP is written using FLTK.
- A free toolkit for processing, registration and statistical analysis of diffusion tensor MRI data. DTI-TK can be used in conjunction with SNAP.
Other ITK-SNAP Pages
- ITK-SNAP on NITRC
- The page devoted to ITK-SNAP on the Neuroimaging Informatics Tools and Resources Clearinghouse, funded by the National Institutes of Health. NITRC lists hundreds of neuroimaging tools and resources.
Success Stories (NEW)
- Aorta Segmentation
- Dr. Aurelien Stalder shared a movie of aorta segmentation in ITK-SNAP from his work presented at the MICCAI 2010 Workshop on Computational Biomechanics in Medicine.
- Radiation Oncology Residents' Bootcamp
- Researchers at the Western University in Canada use ITK-SNAP to teach contouring techniques to radiation oncology residents.