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rng 07-25-2013 05:36 AM

How to install kradview
 
I am trying to install kradview application in slackware14 full install:
http://www.orcero.org/irbis/kradview/
http://linux.softpedia.com/get/Scien...iew-4587.shtml
It uses kde libs and recommends ./configure, make, make install. There are some slackware packages for previous versions also available:
http://slackware.org.uk/slacky/slack...radview/0.6.1/
http://ftp.arm.slackware.com/slacky/...radview/1.1.0/
http://repository.slacky.eu/slackwar...iew.SlackBuild

What would be the best method to install this application? Thanks for your help.

ponce 07-25-2013 05:39 AM

at a rapid glance it seems to me like a kde3 application so it's not compatible with the present kde.
maybe it can work if installed over trinity but that's a completely unkown route for me...

longus 07-25-2013 03:18 PM

Hi! I use Aeskulap http://slackbuilds.org/repository/14...hics/aeskulap/
There is also VR-Render, which i actually dont like http://www.ircad.fr/softwares/vr-ren...are.php?lng=en

rng 07-25-2013 11:35 PM

@longus: I have installed aeskulap also. I will try VR-Render and post the feedback. Thanks.

John VV 07-25-2013 11:41 PM

what 16 bit and 32 bit image formats do you need to be able to use

kradview is a old kde3 app

there might be a newer program depending on just what image format you need

rng 07-26-2013 06:59 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by John VV (Post 4996984)
what 16 bit and 32 bit image formats do you need to be able to use
kradview is a old kde3 app
there might be a newer program depending on just what image format you need

I am interested in viewing medical images for which dicom format is the standard. Aeskulap is a similar application. Other complex tools are also available.

rico974 07-26-2013 09:46 AM

Dicom images
 
You can try the ginkgo cadx portable app, it works on my current-64

http://ginkgo-cadx.com/

The gimp can handle Dicom too but that's not the perfect viewer

John VV 07-26-2013 05:14 PM

Quote:

I am interested in viewing medical images for which dicom format is the standard.

if all you need to do is view then there are many programs
edit and resave as a *.dcm -- that is a different story .

but to read the file
1) gmic -- terminal based lib and program
handles { bool | uchar | char | ushort | short | uint | int | float | double } imaging data
http://gmic.sourceforge.net/
Code:

gmic brain_001.dcm
--- or the whole folder of images ---
gmic brain_*.dcm

2) Cinepaint -- a bit old but displays 16 bit integer images

3) Nip2 / vips
http://www.vips.ecs.soton.ac.uk/index.php?title=Stable
and can work with multi band data sets
uses the "magickwand" part of imagemagick

4) imagemagick
Code:

display -normalize brain_001.dcm

rng 07-27-2013 08:36 AM

Quote:

if all you need to do is view then there are many programs
@JohnVV: Thanks for your interest. From what I could gather, the images are arranged in following order:
* high quality (fixed, still) images are acquired and stored in dicom format
* a series of images form a run or sequence which is like a small movie
* there may be many such movies/runs/sequences for one patient
* the directory or CD may have data of more than one patients
* All above information/metadata as well as patient details is listed/summarized in a file called dicomdir

The software (like aeskulap or kradview) needs to read the dicomdir file and display stored information. It should then allow the user to select and view different runs/sequences or still images of different patients.


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