Update

It’s been a while!

I’m currently at a summer internship, making a program to detect brain tumors given MRI images. The program will allow the user to draw boundaries on the inside and outside of the tumor, and will then use those boundaries to find the tumor, save the shape of the tumor (mask), and build it in 3d. Data can then be exported as an Excel spreadsheet and the masks as a folder with .png files in it.

A .mx file converter should also be ready. The reason why .mx files are used is because .dat, .txt, .png, or most other file types run very slowly. The converter will not take long to run (less than 1 min).

I’m in the process of packaging and debugging my programs, making them easier to use.

mxConverterDEMO

tumorDetectionDEMO

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