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Tools to process and visualize scientific data and images - runtime

Teem is a coordinated group of libraries for representing, processing, and visualizing scientific raster data. Teem includes command-line tools that permit the library functions to be quickly applied to files and streams, without having to write any code. The most important and useful libraries in Teem are:

* Nrrd (and the unu command-line tool on top of it) supports a range of operations for transforming N-dimensional raster data (resample, crop, slice, project, histogram, etc.), as well as the NRRD file format for storing arrays and their meta-information. * Gage: fast convolution-based measurements at arbitrary point locations in volume datasets (scalar, vector, tensor, etc.) * Mite: a multi-threaded ray-casting volume render with transfer functions based on any quantity Gage can measure * Ten: for estimating, processing, and visualizing diffusion tensor fields, including fiber tractography methods.

This package provides the runtime files required to run programs that use Teem to do 3D visualisation.

Package version:1.10.0.dfsg1-2


teem (1.10.0.dfsg1-2) unstable; urgency=low

  [ Mathieu Malaterre ]
  * Add DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS options

  [ Dominique Belhachemi ]
  * added README.source
  * patch added to fix a bug that caused segfaults
  * debian/control: changed package description

 -- Dominique Belhachemi <>  Thu, 18 Dec 2008 15:49:57 -0500

teem (1.10.0-1) unstable; urgency=low

  * Initial release  


Debianized-By: Dominique Belhachemi <>
Debianized-Date: Fri, 21 Mar 2008 09:41:47 +0000

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 Copyright (C) 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998  University of Utah
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