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The Minc file format is a highly flexible medical image file format. Minc version 1 is built on top of the NetCDF generalized data format. Minc version 2 is built on top of the HDF data format. This library handles both formats. In each case the format is simple, self-describing, extensible, portable and N-dimensional, with programming interfaces for both low-level data access and high-level volume manipulation. On top of the libraries is a suite of generic image-file manipulation tools. The format, libraries and tools are designed for use in a medical-imaging research environment : they are simple and powerful and make no attempt to provide a pretty interface to users.
MINC - Medical Image NetCDF INTRODUCTION ------------ The MINC file format is a highly flexible medical image file format built on top of the HDF5 generalized data format. The format is simple, self-describing, extensible, portable and N-dimensional, with programming interfaces for both low-level data access and high-level volume manipulation. On top of the libraries is a suite of generic image-f more»
New in Release 2.0.15 --------------------- * Began to aggregate and update all docs for a clean(er) 2.1 release * Added cubic interpoation in mincresample for x-y slices * Fixed a seg-fault with null history strings * Changed all global variables to static to avoid linking problems with other libraries (eg: libz) * new version of mincedit/mincheader in sh instead of csh * Many fixes more»
minc (2.0.15-3) unstable; urgency=low [ Charles Plessy ] * debian/copyright: added upstream contact information. [ Steve M. Robbins ] * debian/patches/02_mincedit-no-escape-chars.diff: New. Patch mincedit to remove extraneous \n strings. Closes: 486048. * debian/control: Replace depends on netcdfg-dev by libnetcdf-dev. -- Steve M. Robbins <firstname.lastname@example.org> Thu, 19 Jun 2008 07:4 more»
2008-02-15 Andrew L Janke <email@example.com> * Removed all fortran code (the subdirectory anyhow) more»
Peter Neelin designed, coded, and maintained MINC (1992-2002). David MacDonald designed, coded, and more»
This package was debianized by Steven Robbins in August 2001 It was downloaded from ftp://ftp.bic.mn more»