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Summer 2020 SlicerMorph 3D Morphometrics Online Short Course

Lectures, labs and all documents associated with Summer 2020 workshop. SlicerMorph logo

Computer and software instructions for the 3D Morphometrics Workshop

Computer specs: Please bring a laptop with these suggested specs:

  • A quad-core CPU from last couple years (i7 or i5 is preferred).
  • 1920x1080 or higher screen resolution.
  • 8GB or more RAM (memory)
  • 100-200GB available storage space (for software and data). Please note that solid state drives (SSD) both SATA and non-volatile memory express (NVMe) are preferred over spinning hard-drive disks (HDD) due their high sequential read/write performance (usually 10X or more faster than HDDs).
  • A discrete (not an integrated one) GPU with minimum of 2GB of RAM with the latest GPU driver installed. (This is not a must, but a recommendation)
  • A three-buttoned mouse.

Your laptop should be running windows 10 (windows 7 has issues and is not supported anymore), or Mac OS High Sierra (10.13) or later. A recent version of a common Linux distribution (like Ubuntu 18.04, CentOS 7 or later) is also fine. Please note that segmentation is a memory intensive operation. It is suggested, you have 6-10X more memory than your full dataset size (i.e., if you are working on a 1024x1024x1024 dataset, you will need about 10GB RAM to work on in Slicer). You can always reduce your dataset to match your hardware capacity.

Required software

Please participate in one of the tech check-ins scheduled for

  1. August 11th, 11-12p (Pacific Daylight Time)
  2. August 13th, 10-11 (Pacific Daylight Time)

If you cannot attend either of those, instructions are here

Accounts: Please obtain an account on these websites prior to workshop

Important Websites:

Funding acknowledgement

Development of SlicerMorph and the intense workshops are generously funded by National Science Foundation Advances in Bioinformatics collobrative research grants to Murat Maga (ABI-1759883), Adam Summers (ABI-1759637) and Doug Boyer (ABI-1759839).


SlicerMorph Summer 2020 Intense Short Course






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