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12 Sep 2011 Screenshot ct3 - A Simple Mousewheel-based 3D Image Browser for Medical Images A minimalist 3D Medical Image browser. Use the mousewheel to scroll between slices in all 3 planes. Author: Tripp medical imaging, 3d browser, mousewheel, ct, mri, dicom 25 5
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28 Jun 2011 Screenshot blockPlot - A block-like 3D drawer for binary masks Creates a 3D stacked block drawing of a binary mask, such one from a structure outlined in an MRI/CT Author: Tripp binary mask, 3d drawing, 3d visualization, image processing, medical, minecraft 13 0
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04 Apr 2013 ct3 - A Simple Mousewheel-based 3D Image Browser for Medical Images A minimalist 3D Medical Image browser. Use the mousewheel to scroll between slices in all 3 planes. Author: Tripp

priyanka dwivedi: What are you using as input? "im" should be a 3-D dataset.

09 Jan 2012 B-spline Grid, Image and Point based Registration B-spline registration of two 2D / 3D images or corrsp. points, affine and with smooth b-spline grid. Author: Dirk-Jan Kroon

Great submission!

I believe there is a slight bug in the 3D registration if one does non-rigid registration only. I get the following error:

??? Attempted to access M(1,1); index out of bounds because size(M)=[0,0].

Error in ==> make_init_grid at 63
O_trans(:,:,:,1) = mean(1) + M(1,1) * xd + M(1,2) *yd + M(1,3) *zd + M(1,4)* 1;

Error in ==> image_registration>Make_Initial_Grid at 475
O_trans=make_init_grid(Spacing,size(Imoving),M);

Error in ==> image_registration at 219
[O_trans,Spacing,MaxItt]=Make_Initial_Grid(O_trans,Spacing,Options,Imoving,M,IS3D);

If I had to guess, it seems like M (inverse transformation from rigid registration) isn't initialized in the 3D, non-rigid case. I do not get this error when running 2D non-rigid. I also do not get this error when running 3D rigid + non-rigid.

26 Aug 2011 array2ind A modification of the built-in sub2ind. Author: Greggory

15 Jul 2011 Spatial Fuzzy Clustering and Level Set Segmentation Integrating spatial fuzzy clustering with level set methods for automated medical image segmentation Author: ABing

So then this code requires the Fuzzy Logic Toolbox? It would be helpful to list that under "required products."

14 Jul 2011 Spatial Fuzzy Clustering and Level Set Segmentation Integrating spatial fuzzy clustering with level set methods for automated medical image segmentation Author: ABing

Can't find the function initfcm() invoked in SFCM2D at line 39

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19 Apr 2013 ct3 - A Simple Mousewheel-based 3D Image Browser for Medical Images A minimalist 3D Medical Image browser. Use the mousewheel to scroll between slices in all 3 planes. Author: Tripp priyanka dwivedi

can you please send me a sample database?

04 Apr 2013 ct3 - A Simple Mousewheel-based 3D Image Browser for Medical Images A minimalist 3D Medical Image browser. Use the mousewheel to scroll between slices in all 3 planes. Author: Tripp Tripp

priyanka dwivedi: What are you using as input? "im" should be a 3-D dataset.

04 Apr 2013 ct3 - A Simple Mousewheel-based 3D Image Browser for Medical Images A minimalist 3D Medical Image browser. Use the mousewheel to scroll between slices in all 3 planes. Author: Tripp priyanka dwivedi

while running the code it is showing error at line37..im is undefined here..??

01 Aug 2011 ct3 - A Simple Mousewheel-based 3D Image Browser for Medical Images A minimalist 3D Medical Image browser. Use the mousewheel to scroll between slices in all 3 planes. Author: Tripp Adam A

Works well, thanks.

12 Jul 2011 ct3 - A Simple Mousewheel-based 3D Image Browser for Medical Images A minimalist 3D Medical Image browser. Use the mousewheel to scroll between slices in all 3 planes. Author: Tripp Said BOUREZG

Hi,
Good work thank you.

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