Medical image annotation tool (AIM)
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What would you like to do?
AIM is developed and maintained by the In Vivo Imaging (IMAG) Workspace, which focuses on identifying the ways in which the wealth of information provided by in vivo imaging can be viewed, annotated, shared, and most effectively integrated into the ongoing effort to improving patient outcomes.
- Contact the AIM development team for questions about the application
caBIG® offers a number of support options for those learning about and deploying caBIG® tools and resources.
AIM is part of a collection of life science and clinical research software applications designed to facilitate the discovery of the next generation of cancer diagnostics and therapeutics. Other applications and infrastructure of interest include:
- Digital Pathology Repository (NBIA): Support the collection, storage, annotation, and sharing of DICOM-format medical images.
- Microarray data management system (caArray): Support annotation and exchange of array data; integrate array data with clinical, imaging, tissue, and other functional genomics data.
- Data analysis portal (caIntegrator): Access and analyze clinical and experimental data across multiple clinical trials and studies.
- Imaging data analysis program creator: (eXtensible Imaging Platform - XIP): Create complex data analysis programs (e.g. lesion change detection) targeted at specific investigations.
- Genomic data workflow tool (GenePattern): Analyze gene expression, proteomic, and SNP data; create multi-step analysis pipelines that enable in silico research.
- Genomic data analysis platform (geWorkbench): Analyze genomic data using desktop tools for the management, analysis, visualization, and annotation of microarray-based gene expression and sequence data.