BrainSuite is a collection of open source software tools that enable largely automated processing of magnetic resonance images (MRI) of the human brain. The major functionality of these tools is to extract and parameterize the inner and outer surfaces of the cerebral cortex, to segment and label gray and white matter structures, and to analyze diffusion imaging data. BrainSuite also provides several tools for visualizing and interacting with the data.

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  1. Andrew Beers; James Brown; Ken Chang; Katharina Hoebel; Elizabeth Gerstner; Bruce Rosen; Jayashree Kalpathy-Cramer: DeepNeuro: an open-source deep learning toolbox for neuroimaging (2018) arXiv
  2. Anh Phong Tran, Qianqian Fang: Fast and high-quality tetrahedral mesh generation from neuroanatomical scans (2017) arXiv
  3. Lin, Xiangbo; Ruan, Su; Qiu, Tianshuang; Guo, Dongmei: Nonrigid medical image registration based on mesh deformation constraints (2013)
  4. Tadel, Fran├žois; Baillet, Sylvain; Mosher, John C.; Pantazis, Dimitrios; Leahy, Richard M.: Brainstorm: a user-friendly application for MEG/EEG analysis (2011) ioport
  5. Khotanlou, Hassan; Colliot, Olivier; Atif, Jamal; Bloch, Isabelle: 3D brain tumor segmentation in MRI using fuzzy classification, symmetry analysis and spatially constrained deformable models (2009) ioport

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