[Neuroimaging] nipy visualization documentation?

Eleftherios Garyfallidis elef at indiana.edu
Thu Dec 1 16:04:36 EST 2016

Hi Nate,

Pysurfer and DIPY.VIZ do have a lot of visualization capabilities. In DIPY
we are very interested in porting some of the shaders from MRICroGL to
DIPY.VIZ (this is a recurring discussion with Chris Rorden). Especially now
that there is more support for shaders in VTK 7.0.

I am not familiar with Pysurfer myself (there are others who can help) but
for DIPY.VIZ you can have a look at these tutorials
and we have many upcoming PRs adding new exciting capabilities.
For example, see this PR which adds capabilities for integrated UIs
directly in OpenGL without the need of external GUIs.
You can read more about the upcoming PRs here

I hope this was helpful.
Best regards,

On Thu, Dec 1, 2016 at 3:47 PM Nate Vack <njvack at wisc.edu> wrote:

> Hi all,
> I'm working with someone planning to make some figures for a paper. She's
> trying MCIcrogl but it's proving balky to get running and ultimately she'll
> need to code in Pascal to get it to do things, which is well, um, Pascal.
> My brain tells me there are some pretty sharp vis tools included in nipy,
> but I can't find much at all in the way of documentation for it. Any
> pointers as to where we might get started?
> Thanks!
> -Nate
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