Automated Fiber Quantification
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AFQ version 1.2

Automated Fiber Quantification

AFQ was designed to generate Tract Profiles of tissue properties for major fiber tracts in healthy and diseased brains. Online documentation can be found at:  
The current stable release (v1.2) can be downloaded from:
But it is strongly recommended to following the repository on git. The software is updated regularly.
For help and updates join the AFQ mailing list in google groups:!forum/automated-fiber-quantification-afq

AFQ has been tested for MATLAB r2009b through MATLAB r2014b. It requires functions from the MATLAB stats toolbox, vistasoft and SPM.

If you use this software please cite the relevant manuscripts describing the work:

(v0.1)  —  Yeatman J.D., Dougherty R.F., Myall N.J., Wandell B.A., Feldman H.M. (2012). Tract Profiles of White Matter Properties: Automating Fiber-Tract Quantification. PLoS One.

(v1.1)  —  Yeatman J.D., Wandell B.A., Mezer A. (2014). Lifespan Maturation and Degeneration of Human Brain White Matter. Nature Communications.

(v1.2)  —  Yeatman J.D., Weiner K.S., Pestilli F., Rokem A., Mezer A., Wandell B.A. (2014). The Vertical Occipital Fasciculus: A Century of Controversy Resolved By In Vivo Measurements. PNAS.

    Copyright (C) 2012   Jason D. Yeatman

This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU General Public License for more details