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Quantitative Magnetic Resonance Imaging Made Easy with qMRLab: a Software for Data Simulation, Analysis and Visualization
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* use fprintf instead of disp

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* Manage NaN in Mask

* Manage abscence of header (.mat files)

* save Model options and protocol when switching Method

* Ask if user want to reset Protocol

* intempestive message if no multiple b0 scans

* save header after fit

* error if no header in Current Data

* Add warning

* [BUG] Create button not working on T1 IR

* Move NaN in Mask at the top

* Strengthen condition and add check to voxelwise as well

* Prevent NaN at periphery

* Error in fields in Statistics

* Fields are reversed...

* [BUG] Fix error Undefined function or variable 'useForm'.
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qMRLab

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qMRLab is an open-source software for quantitative MR image analysis.

The main goal is to provide the community with an intuitive tool for data fitting, plotting, simulation and protocol optimization for a myriad of different quantitative models. The modularity of the implementation makes it easy to add any additional modules and we encourage everyone to contribute their favorite recipe for qMR!

For documentation, visit the Documentation website.

If you are a developer, please visit the Wiki page.

Please report any bug or suggestions in GitHub.

qMRLab is a fork from the initial project qMTLab.

References

qMRLab

Applications

Interactive Tutorials

Awards

  • Karakuzu et al. Quantitative MR Study Group Competition, second place, ISMRM 2019
  • Boudreau et al. Junior Fellows Symposium Challenge, Africa challenge winner, ISMRM 2019

Citation

If you use qMRLab in you work, please cite:

Cabana, J.-F., Gu, Y., Boudreau, M., Levesque, I. R., Atchia, Y., Sled, J. G., Narayanan, S., Arnold, D. L., Pike, G. B., Cohen-Adad, J., Duval, T., Vuong, M.-T. and Stikov, N. (2016), Quantitative magnetization transfer imaging made easy with qMTLab: Software for data simulation, analysis, and visualization. Concepts Magn. Reson.. doi: 10.1002/cmr.a.21357

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The MIT License (MIT)

Copyright (c) 2016 NeuroPoly, Ecole Polytechnique, Universite de Montreal

Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:

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