Mango main panel
|Developer(s)||University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
Jack L. Lancaster
Michael J. Martinez
|Operating system||Windows, Mac OS, Linux|
Mango (Multi-Image Analysis GUI) is a non-commercial software for viewing, editing and analyzing volumetric medical images. Mango is written in Java, and distributed freely in precompiled versions for Linux, Mac OS and Microsoft Windows. It supports NIFTI , ANALYZE, NEMA and DICOM formats, and is able to load and save 2D, 3D and 4D images.
Mango provides tools for creation and editing of regions of interest (ROI) within the images, surface rendering, image stacking (overlaying), filtering in space domain and histogram analysis, among other functions that can be used in neuroimaging analysis for scientific (non-clinical) purposes.
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