mricron – magnetic resonance image conversion, viewing and analysis

This is a GUI-based visualization and analysis tool for (functional) magnetic resonance imaging. MRIcron can be used to create 2D or 3D renderings of statistical overlay maps on brain anatomy images. Moreover, it aids drawing anatomical regions-of-interest (ROI), or lesion mapping, as well as basic analysis of functional timeseries (e.g. creating plots of peristimulus signal-change).

In addition to ‘mricron’, this package also provides ‘dcm2nii’ that supports converting DICOM and PAR/REC images into the NIfTI format, and ‘npm’ for non-parametric data analysis.

Chris Rorden, Hans-Otto Karnath, Leonardo Bonilha (2007). Improving lesion-symptom mapping. *Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 19: 1081-1088, *, . [Abstract]
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