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This web resource provides an online framework for evaluating the results of skull-stripping algorithms. Users may browse the results produced by others, or they may download the test data, segment it with their own algorithm, and upload it to have it evaluated.Visit Website
DescriptionWe provide a set of 40 T1 weighted scans which were used in the LONI Probabilistic Brain Atlas (LPBA40) project (Shattuck et al., 2008). These data were initially skull-stripped using BET, then hand-corrected to fix segmentation errors and remove the cerebellum. The volumes were then labeled with 56 anatomical areas, mostly describing major cortical areas. We then processed the labels and cerebellum masks to produce a whole-brain mask for each volume.
SVE does not currently support concurrent computation sessions.
InstallationNone required; the resource is available through a web-browser. Java and Flash are required for full functionality.
SVE provides an online resource to test and evaluate segmentation algorithms. Users can download data from this site, perform segmentation on it locally, and then upload their results. This server will then compute a series of error metrics and archive the results. Visitors to the site may browse the archived results and compare them using the different measures.