image analysis

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ITK v4 – Crowdsourcing Documentation

Luis Ibanez, Julien Jomier, and Charles Marion | Kitware Blog | November 2, 2011

The ITK community recently released the Beta version of its new ITKv4 effort. The Insight Toolkit (ITK) is an open-source, cross-platform system that provides an extensive suite of software tools for image analysis. Read More »

ITK v4 – Migration Guide

Luis Ibanez, Julien Jomier, and Charles Marion | Kitware Blog | October 27, 2011

The ITK community recently released the Beta version of its new ITKv4 effort. The Insight Toolkit (ITK) is an open-source, cross-platform system that provides an extensive suite of software tools for image analysis. Read More »

Open Source Funding Streams

Will Schroeder | Kitware Blog | December 27, 2011

During the holiday season it's natural to consider giving back and reflecting on what we've accomplished. According to ohloh.net the open source community has done an amazing job on both counts. For example, a partial tabulation of some open source projects related to medical image analysis yields a total of over $350 million and over 12 million lines of code, the result of years of hard work. Read More »

Slicer 4.0 Now Available

Stephen Aylward, Jean-Christophe Fillion-Robin, and Julien Finet | Kitware Blog | December 8, 2011

Kitware is pleased to announce the availability of Slicer 4.0 binaries on the Slicer download page. Spearheaded at Kitware by Julien Finet and Jean-Christophe Fillion-Robin, Slicer 4.0 is a major new release in the 3D Slicer series where improvements to performance, robustness, and usability have been key. Read More »

The Insight Journal Reaches 500 Published Articles!

Luis Ibanez | Kitware Blog | December 7, 2011

The Insight Journal just received its 500th paper on November 30th! This marks a milestone on the progress of Open Science and the promotion of Reproducibility in Scientific Research. The wide adoption of the Insight Journal by the ITK community is evidence that progress is possible, and that a community of committed individuals can trigger and sustain change. Read More »

The National Alliance for Medical Image Computing's All-Hands Meeting

Stephen Aylward | Kitware Blog | January 11, 2012

Several Kitwareans are attending the National Alliance for Medical Image Computing's (NA-MIC's) All-Hands Meeting in Salt Lake City. At this meeting, we are promoting Slicer 4.0.1, the open-source medical image analysis and visualization platform that we released with other NA-MIC developers last week. Read More »