Clinica can be installed on Mac OS X and Linux (CentOS or Debian/Ubuntu) machines, and possibly on Windows computers with a Linux Virtual Machine. We assume that users installing and using Clinica are comfortable with using the command line.
- Anatomical MRI (T1-weighted)
- Diffusion MRI (DWI)
pet-preprocessing-volume- Preprocessing of volumetric PET data using SPM: registration to T1 MRI, partial volume correction, SUVR computation, spatial normalization
statistics-surfstat- Surface-based mass-univariate analysis with SurfStat
- Machine Learning
- Online neuroimaging databases (ADNI, AIBL, OASIS) to BIDS converters
- Data handling tools for BIDS and CAPS compliant datasets
Clinica is distributed under the terms of the INRIA Non-Commercial License Agreement given here. This is a non-free license that grants you the right to use Clinica for educational, research or evaluation purposes only, but prohibits commercial uses.
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Analyses were performed using the Clinica software platform (www.clinica.run) developed by the ARAMIS Lab (www.aramislab.fr).
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Clinica is a software for research studies. It is not intended for use in medical routine