The NIH/NIGMS
Center for Integrative Biomedical Computing

scirun-4-0The NIH/NCRR Center for Integrative Biomedical Computing (CIBC) is pleased to announce the release of the 4.0 version of the SCIRun software suite. SCIRun is a problem solving environment for biomedical problems that is based on a dataflow paradigm. The new version contains many bug fixes, a new interface and many new modules. The new 4.0 version is now available as binary download for both OS X and Windows XP/Vista as well as a source download for other platforms.

To download the new SCIRun version 4.0, go to our CIBC Software portal.
For questions and further information on the 4.0 SCIRun release, please visit the CIBC webiste software page.
scijumpSCIJump is a computational environment or framework based on the Common Component Architecture (CCA) standard for high performance component frameworks in the scientific computing domain. The SCIJump framework builds on the SCI Institute's SCIRun Problem Solving Environment and implements a parallel component and distributed computation architecture which can support a diverse set of component- based technologies.
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BioPSE network computing the effects of electrode placement on the electrical field in the heart and hence evaluating the defibrillation threshold.
The Scientific Computing and Imaging (SCI) Institute and the Center for Integrative Biomedical Computing (CIBC) are proud to announce the first major release under the new center of their flagship software SCIRun/BioPSE Version 3.0!

The Biomedical Problem Solving Environment, or BioPSE, contains a suite of applications and integrated problem solving systems that have been specialized to meet the needs of scientists working in major fields of biomedicine. In order to design the best systems to meet real world needs, the CIBC has established collaborations with prominent scientists who are leaders in their fields. The goal of these collaborations is to develop software that is well suited to the needs of scientists working in these and related fields of biomedicine.
map3d-6-5The Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute and the Center for Integrative Biomedical Computing are proud to announce the release of map3d version 6.5!

This release includes a number of fixes and additions to the display settings for map3d and major new support for displaying time fiducials. The driving application for this was displaying maps of activation, recovery, start of QRS, etc., both as separate isochronal maps and superimposed on the scalar time series data. If you need this, you will love map3d's new capabilities.
scirun-1-24Thanks to everyone for their feedback on the 1.24.0-beta pre-release. Based on your suggestions, we fixed important bugs over the past few weeks, and we added many great new features as well.

This version of SCIRun/BioPSE contains a new PowerApp called "BioImage" for the processing and visualization of medical image volumes. With BioImage users can directly load a variety of native data formats (e.g. DICOM, Analyze, VFF, NRRD, PICT) and can apply processing algorithms to specify and enhance regions of interest within the volume (e.g. cropping, resampling, histogram equalization, median filtering, contrast / brightness). The BioImage visual interface allows users to interact with their data both in 2D "slice views" (powered by the new ViewSlices module), as well as in a full 3D "volume rendering view" (powered by our new high-performance volume rendering modules). Users can seamlessly move between the 2D and 3D views to precisely control how different features of their data are displayed, and to gain both quantitative and qualitative insights.