Images

Bo Servenius biogen10 at gemini.ldc.lu.se
Fri Aug 14 04:40:52 EST 1992


Subject: Re: Images
From: mangalam
In article <9208140244.AA05710 at genbank.bio.net> ,
mangalam at SALK-SC2.SDSC.EDU writes:
>Bart Man (pun?) or Brent, depending on which part of the message you
>believe writes:
>
>>I am looking for an anonymous FTP site that may have color or b&W
scanned
>>images of MRI, PET or CAT, (or anything remotely similar).  Does
anyone
>>know of a site?  I heard that NIH had such a site.
>>
>>please e-mail:  bkronenb at sdcc13.ucsd.edu
>  
>   The directories associated with NIH Image, now in its 1.45
incarnation,
>have at least one series of MRI data (25 slices, I think).  It can
be found
>at alw.nih.gov in /pub/image/images(?) or something close.  If you
need
>others, I can probably dig up at least a few other series.  
>   And while the fingers are still pliable, here's a LOUD PLUG for
NIH
>Image, one of the best image analysis programs available (FOR FREE,
WITH
>SOURCE CODE, WITH A MACRO LANGUAGE, WITH AN ON-LINE AUTHOR, WITH A
READABLE
>MANUAL).   GNUdos to Wayne Rasband for his work.
>
>
>Cheers,
>
>Harry
>
>
>
>Harry Mangalam                                   Vox:(619)
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>Dept of Biocomputing                                   Fax:(619)
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>
Dear NEtters:

Excuse me my ignorance but what hardware system is Images working
with.

yours

BOSSE




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