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* 1. Contact details. Details will not be added to any email list.

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* 2. What aspects of imaging are you involved with?

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* 3. What software do you use for tomgraphic analysis and visualization?

  Not used Occasionally used Frequently used Essential
Avizo
Amira
3D slicer
VolView
Drishti
ParaView
VisIT
ImageJ
MATLAB/image processing toolkit
ITK/VTK
OpenCV
NiftyRec/NifTK
Software from instrument manufacture (please list below)
Others (please list below)

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* 4. What image processing techniques do you use?

  Not used Use commercial package Use open source package Use own software
Image reconstruction
Image filtering
Image registration
Image segmentation
Quantification of image structure, e.g. pore size
Other methods, detail below
Parallel (CPU) methods
Parallel (GPU) methods

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* 5. What are your current and future computational requirements?
Please detail your current needs in terms e.g. of image size and number of images.
What computer hardware is typically required to process your data and is fast turn around
important to your experiments?

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* 6. Are there any algorithms in tomographic image reconstruction, analysis or quantification that you believe CCPi should consider providing an efficient open source implementation of?

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* 7. CCPi is involved in a range of activities to support the research community (see http://www.cpi.ac.uk). Of the current CCPi activities which do you believe to be the most benifical to the research community? Please rate each area on a scale of 1 to 5, with 5 being most important.

  1 2 3 4 5
Open source reconstruction algorithms
Open source artefact reduction algorithms
Open source image quantification algorithms
Guidence on professional software development methods
Training in use of reconstruction tools
Training in use of image analysis tools
Visitors programme
Outreach to wider community
Working on X-ray metadata to enable sharing

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* 8. Do you have any other comments on the CCPi project?

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