[Neuroimaging] 3d registration for data fusion in material science

GORET Gael 246279 Gael.GORET at cea.fr
Fri Aug 21 09:57:59 CEST 2015

Hi all,

Thanks for your quick replies,
This project is just starting, and there is not too much materials …
However, to answer your questions, I just have created a public repo on my github account :


-          In /doc, I have placed a summary (a pdf slideshow) of the project containing some pictures (and info on instruments)

-          In /examples I have put two data volumes (npy binary file format) the kind of data I need to register.

-          In /mudra a first (naive) try using the Fourier shell correlation as metric

And you can also find

-          a Cython wrapping of malik and perona’s algorithms implementation working (pretty quickly) on 3D Volumes :

o   /mudra/extensions/non_linear_filtering.pyx

-          In /scripts you will find mainly converters simplifying I/O

-          In /tools 3 very nice visualization tools based on VTK (not mayavi) working as standalone (npy input) :

o   elevation.py -> 2d image to 3d landscape

o   plan_interpolator.py -> 2d slicing of volume + isosurface rendering for given seeds

o   scalar_field.py -> volume rendering (color and opacity gradient)

Thanks in advance for your advices



De : Neuroimaging [mailto:neuroimaging-bounces+gael.goret=cea.fr at python.org] De la part de Eleftherios Garyfallidis
Envoyé : jeudi 20 août 2015 16:35
À : Neuroimaging analysis in Python
Objet : Re: [Neuroimaging] 3d registration for data fusion in material science

Hi Gael,

Sounds exciting. There is no restriction to use our tools in other libraries or domains.
Look at these tutorials please (you need dipy development version)


Do you have a github repo of your project? Do you have any example pictures/volumes to show us that you would
like to register?


On Thu, Aug 20, 2015 at 9:31 AM, GORET Gael 246279 <Gael.GORET at cea.fr<mailto:Gael.GORET at cea.fr>> wrote:
Hi everybody,
I am a (French) newcomer, working on the development of the data fusion of Time-of-Flight Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometer (ToF-SIMS) and X ray Nano-Tomography (XuM) data at the CEA (the French state institute for energy, high-tech, etc.).
In terms of samples, we’re a bit far from the neuro-fields … Solid oxide fuel cell, 3D chips, Si/Li matrix, etc., but in terms of methodology I hope we have to share … my project is to combine a chemical information (from ToF-SIMS) with X-ray absorption (given by XuM) for a given volume (at nano-scale).  I am tackling a python module aiming to the registration of 3d datasets. it seems that nipy includes a such possibility (an a lot more …).
I’m a computer guy, mostly Pythonist and I wander if you would let  me transpose your code (mainly the registration part) to my problematic, I would be very grateful for this.
In this context would you have some advice for me ?
I'm looking forward to hearing from you.

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