PyMRT - Python Magnetic Resonance Tools
PyMRT - Python Magnetic Resonance Tools: the multi-tool of MRI.
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This software provides a support Python library and auxiliary console-based tools to perform common tasks for Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). The aim is to be the multi-tool of MRI.
At present, the following features are best supported:
- generic tools for image analysis from an MRI perspective
- data analysis for quantitative MRI experiments
On top of this, additional effort is currently being put in the following areas:
- image reconstruction and related features (e.g. coil combination, etc.)
It is relatively easy to extend and users are encouraged to tweak with it.
As a result of the code maturity, some of the library components may undergo (eventually heavy) refactoring, although this is currently unexpected.
Releases information are available through
For a more comprehensive list of changes see
The recommended way of installing the software is through PyPI:
$ pip install pymrt
Alternatively, you can clone the source repository from GitHub:
$ mkdir pymrt $ cd pymrt $ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:norok2/pymrt.git $ python setup.py install
For more details see also
This work is licensed through the terms and conditions of the GPLv3+
The use of this software for scientific purpose leading to a publication should be acknowledged through citation of the following reference:
Metere, R., Möller, H.E., 2017. PyMRT and DCMPI: Two New Python Packages for MRI Data Analysis, #3816: Proceedings of the 25th Annual Meeting & Exhibition of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM), Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.
This software originated as part of the Ph.D. work of Riccardo Metere at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences and the University of Leipzig, and has been constantly expanded from there.
For a complete list of authors please see
People who have influenced this work are acknowledged in
This work was partly funded by the European Union through the Seventh Framework Programme Marie Curie Actions via the "Ultra-High Field Magnetic Resonance Imaging: HiMR" Initial Training Network (FP7-PEOPLE-2012-ITN-316716).