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Ibis mummy CT imaging: 3D slicer files


3D slicer is an imaging post-processing tool used to segment and manipulate CT data. See presentation tools for description of how Slicer was used to manipulate these CT data in this project
Notes on file types: File types listed are included in data folder. Key files include .NNRD (the volume alone), .MRML (open slicer view), and .PNG (screen shot image of slicer window)
Included file types: .NNRD (Volume), .MRML (slicer view), .PNG (image file), .ACSV, .HS, .VP

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Merck, Derek, Collins, Scott, Merck, Lisa, et al., "Ibis mummy CT imaging: 3D slicer files" (2016). Ibis Mummy CT Imaging, Browniverse: 3D Models and VR Digital Library, Brown University Open Data Collection. Brown Digital Repository. Brown University Library.


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  • Project documentation: Ibis mummy CT imaging
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  • Metadata for Ibis mummy CT imaging: 3D Slicer files
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