This GitHub site provides all NeuroMorph software, datasets, and documentation.
Please visit the NeuroMorph project website for more information.
NeuroMorph Analysis and Visualization Toolkit
NeuroMorph is a toolset designed to import, analyze, and visualize mesh models in Blender. It has been developed specifically for the morphological analysis of 3D objects derived from serial electron microscopy images of brain tissue, but much of its functionality can be applied to any 3D mesh. These mesh objects can be generated by any 3D image segmentation software, such as ilastik or Fiji.
Detailed instructions for each tool.
Not up-to-date, but still helpful for the measurement and image stack interaction tools.
Installation Note: NeuroMorph tools are found in the "NeuroMorph" tab on the far left in Blender.
NeuroMorph: A Software Toolset for 3D Analysis of Neurite Morphology and Connectivity
A. Jorstad, J. Blanc, G. Knott. Frontiers in Neuroanatomy, 2018.
NeuroMorph: A Toolset for the Morphometric Analysis and Visualization of 3D Models Derived from Electron Microscopy Image Stacks
A. Jorstad, B. Nigro, C. Cali, M. Wawrzyniak, P. Fua, G. Knott. Neuroinformatics, 2014.
Download the full repository using the green download button above. Or Download individual tools from the following folders:
Download example meshes, objects, and image files for use with the add-ons: