MINC 2.0: A modality independent format for multidimensional medical images. The MINC (Medical Imaging NetCDF) file format, libraries, and tools provide a framework for manipulating medical images independent of modality. MINC 1.0 was created in 1993 to meet the needs of the brain imaging research community. The format is extremely flexible, providing a range of voxel data types, arbitrary dimensions, and a rich set of supporting data. New functionality and data fields can be added to the specification without requiring the modification of existing files or software. MINC 1.0 files define both a “voxel” coordinate system and a transformation to a “world” or stereotaxic coordinate system. Voxel data may include an optional range conversion from an integer storage format to a floating-point memory format.
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