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Tools to process and visualize scientific data and images
Teem is a set of ANSI C libraries for manipulation, measurement, and visualization of structured scientific data. Includes N-dimensional image I/O and processing, volume rendering, diffusion tensor processing, ray tracing, PostScript rendering, and more.
ProtoMol is an object-oriented component based framework for molecular dynamics simulations.
EMBOSS is a dynamic and comprehensive Open Source package for bioinformatics (DNA and protein sequence analysis, protein structure, phylogenetics, etc.). EMBOSS is written in C, also compatible with C++, and has a separate Java interface (Jemboss)
SPRING is a real-time surgical simulation system with soft-tissue modeling and networked haptics. SPRING is cross-platform (Unix, Windows, and OS X.) Written in C++ with OpenGL, SPRING reads many common 3-D file formats and supports parallel processing.
froi (FS-FAST ROI) is a suite of Perl scripts and modules to provide easy slice-, volume-, and surface-based ROI analysis of functional MRI (fMRI) data analyzed by FS-FAST and Freesurfer (http://surfer.nmr.mgh.harvard.edu).