2017 Winter Project Week/dcmqi

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Key Investigators

  • Andrey Fedorov, BWH
  • Christian Herz, BWH
  • Steve Pieper, Isomics
  • Jean-Christophe Fillion-Robin, Kitware
  • Andras Lasso, Queen's
  • Csaba Pinter, Queen's
  • Curt Lisle, KnowledgeVis, LLC
  • Teodora Szasz, University of Chicago

Project Description

Objective Approach and Plan Progress and Next Steps
  • Introduce dcmqi to the community
  • improve documentation
  • discuss next steps and specific open issues
  • Present, meet collaborators...
  • discuss pros and cons of integration as an external project into Slicer, and agree on the plan
  • discuss the process of integration of new segmentation contexts by the user
  • passing DICOM instances to the converters
  • support of units/quantities in Slicer (also see labs page)
  • Discussions with the groups interested in exploring the use of DICOM for quantitative imaging research
  • Identified an alternative (improved, hopefully) approach for communicating measurements to the SR converter using CSV: CSV table for the measurement quantities + CSV or JSON for describing the column names
  • Discussed harmonization of the existing Units support in Slicer, and support of quantities/units for scalar volumes (only, for now); agreed that for now it makes sense to communicate per-volume quantity/units as MRML node attributes

Background and References