Main Tractometer papers
When citing the general Tractometer system, please cite the following references:
Côté, M.-A., Girard, G., Boré, A., Garyfallidis, E., Houde, J.-C. and Descoteaux, M. (2013). Tractometer: Towards Validation of Tractography Pipelines, Medical Image Analysis, 17(7), 844-857.
Côté, M.-A., Boré, A., Girard, G., Houde, J.-C., and Descoteaux, M. (2012). Tractometer: Online Evaluation System for Tractography, MICCAI.
** If your study using the Tractometer is based on the FiberCup data, please also see the Fibercup references page for additional references to cite.
** If your study using the Tractometer is based on the ISMRM 2015 challenge data , please also see the ISMRM challenge references page for additional references to cite.
If you need help when visualizing your data / formatting your tractogram:
- MI-Brain is a MRI and Tractogram visualization tool. Others exist.
- Dipy is a Python library for Diffusion Weighted Imaging processing.
- BrainVISA / Anatomist allows users to convert between most common medical image formats.
- Scilpy offers many scripts to manipulate dMRI data and tractograms.