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Bone Imaging Laboratory Wiki


Wiki Concept

The idea of the 'Wiki' site is that any authorized user, in this case a member of the lab, can see and edit any of the pages on this site, as well as create new pages as required. Also, there is a document section where useful documents can uploaded or downloaded by anyone in the group.

The purpose of this is to facilitate information exchange within the lab and keep up-to-date How To and User Manuals for all lab procedures.

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Contents

General Lab Topics


Lab Administration


Scanco MicroCT and VMS Workstations


Basic usage of OpenVMS systems.

Dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DXA)


Network Access



Registration and Segmentation


Finite Element Modelling


This is the lab finite element software.
First steps for processing microCT data for FE analysis.
We typically use our own FE solver, faim. This documentation may however be useful if you want for example to make comparisons with Scanco's FE solver.

Visualization


Statistics


Analysis of Bayesian models using Markov Chain Monte Carlo

Computers


This section covers generic computer-related topics not covered in other sections.

Developer


Lab Software Projects

SAP is a tool for visualizing and manipulating AIMs.
Image guided failure assessment device (aka the cannon) can be controlled from PC via serial port.

Platforms

Obtaining, compiling and installing software development tools on various systems.

Languages and Toolkits

Development Tools

Miscellaneous




A link back to: Steve Boyd's homepage

To return to the Lab home page: Biomedical Imaging Metrics Homepage