See list and detailed description of computed features in pyradiomics library documentation.
SlicerRadiomics is currently distributed as an extension via the 3D Slicer ExtensionManager. Follow these steps to install the extension:
- Download the latest nightly release for your platform from http://download.slicer.org. Do NOT use installers tagged as "Stable Release"! If you use Mac, make sure you move the Slicer application to the Applications folder on your computer before launching it!
- Once installed, open Extension Manager by clicking the icon as shown below.
- Search for
Radiomicsand install the extension by clicking the INSTALL button.
- Once installation of
Radiomicsand dependencies is completed, you will need to restart Slicer application to access the module. If installation was successful, you should be able to see
Radiomicsmodule in the Slicer module list.
SlicerRadiomics from source
In order to build this extension, you need to have a version of Slicer built from source. You can build Slicer following the instructions. Once you have done that, all you need to do are the following steps:
- Clone the source code of the repository.
$ git clone https://github.com/radiomics/SlicerRadiomics.git
- Create an empty directory for building the extension.
$ mkdir SlicerRadiomics-build
- Configure the build using cmake.
$ cd SlicerRadiomics-build $ cmake -DSlicer_DIR:PATH=/path/to/Slicer-Release/Slicer-build ../SlicerRadiomics
- Build the extension.
Note: cmake is one of the prerequisites for building 3D Slicer
SlicerRadiomics from a build tree
There are two options:
Start Slicer specifying command-line options
- Specify additonal launcher setting and module path.
cd SlicerRadiomics-build/inner-build/ build_dir=$pwd ./Slicer \ --launcher-additional-settings $build_dir/AdditionalLauncherSettings.ini \ --additional-module-path $build_dir
Package, install and restart Slicer
- Package the extension.
$ cd inner-build $ make package
Once completed, you can install the extension from file.
Restart Slicer and open
If you found a bug, or to report a reproducible problem, submit an issue.
If you have a question about using the extension, please ask on the mailing list.
This project is supported in part by the National Institutes of Health, National Cancer Institute Informatics Technology for Cancer Research (ITCR) program via grant U24 CA194354 (PI Hugo Aerts).