J. A. Kiernan
jkiernan at julian.uwo.ca
Mon Jul 15 10:07:03 EST 1996
In article <4sa9jg$81o at everest.vol.it> matpic at mbox.vol.it (matpic at mbox.vol.it) writes:
>Subject: Neuro-anatomy software
>I search for programs to be used to study neuroanatomy. I use a PC
> . . . prefer freeware . . .
This free tutorial program may interest you if you want to
learn about the human nervous system.
NEUROTUT.EXE is a self-extracting archive that
installs the program files. About 585 kB of
hard disk space are needed, or it could be
run from a 3.5" floppy.
NRO Human Neuroscience Tutorial, Version 1.05
Eight introductory Neuroanatomy tutorials and (as
a ninth "tutorial") over 300 revision questions
that cover the whole of Human Neuroscience.
The questions can also be run separately
with NQI.EXE, from the DOS prompt.
A color monitor is very desirable but not
essential. By John A. Kiernan, Department of
Anatomy, The University of Western Ontario,
NEUROTUT is available by anonymous FTP from various
medical/science FTP sites, including the following.
Don't forget to type "binary" before downloading!
The program is also available from: Knowledge Transfer BBS,
P.O. Box 11282,
Spring, Texas 77391-1282
Sysop : Bob Wight
24hrs 14,400 N81
FAX/Voice (713) 251-7517
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