Installation guide


Installing prerequisites

      > sudo apt-get install git build-essential fftw3-dev itk3-dev \
        libboost-dev libboost-system-dev libboost-thread-dev \
        libboost-program-options-dev libboost-timer-dev libnifti-dev \
        liblapack-dev libgsl0-dev omniorb-nameserver libomniorb4-dev \
        omniidl libatlas-dev libatlas-base-dev autoconf libtool \
	    libinsighttoolkit3-dev libhdf5-dev libnfft3-dev


Stronlgy suggested for building in ISMRMRD support

      > sudo apt-get install xsdcxx cmake swig libpython-dev\
        openjdk-7-jdk libxerces-c-dev python-numpy
      > git clone git:// ismrmrd
      > mkdir ismrmrd/build
      > cd ismrmrd/build
      > cmake ../
      > make 
      > sudo make install

All of the above amounts to some 300 packages and 350 MB. Without ISMRMRD support roughly 150 packges and 160 MB less.

Getting codeare

      > git clone codeare

Building codeare

Fairly easy (f.e. ubuntu with MATLAB 2012a at the default location)

      > cd codeare 
      > mkdir build
      > cd build
      > cmake .. -Wno-dev
      > make 
      > make test
      > cd ..
      > wget
        #if built with MATLAB support else:
      > wget
      > unzip *
      > cd build
      > make test
      > sudo make install

visit also

jemris mri simulator
open-source full-featured parallel tx/rx mri sequence and hardware simulator by tony stoecker, kaveh vahedipour and daniel pflugfelder.

bloch simulator for education in mri and nmr
free educational mri and nmr sofware. multi- os/platform without installation of software. remarkable and beautiful effort by lars hanson from drcmr, hvidovre, dk.

a comparable project to codeare by michael hansen and thomas sorensen.

mri unbound
a collaborative forum for mri data acquisition and image reconstruction maintained by the unbreakable jim pipe.