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How to cite LIFEx?

As specified in the licence, when using LIFEx to produce results included in a paper, poster or presentation, please cite:

C Nioche, F Orlhac, S Boughdad, S Reuzé, J Goya-Outi, C Robert, C Pellot-Barakat, M Soussan, F Frouin, and I Buvat. LIFEx: a freeware for radiomic feature calculation in multimodality imaging to accelerate advances in the characterization of tumor heterogeneity. Cancer Research 2018; 78(16):4786-4789 (link).

as well as www.lifexsoft.org

 

Users testimonials

Since its availability early 2016, many scientists, medical doctors, engineers and students have chosen LIFEx for their work. Here are a few comments about their experience:

Dr. Lee from Korea

It is a pleasure for me to be on the contributor list.
I used a matlab-based software for texture analysis, which is cumbersome and redundant.
For me, LIFEx is really user-friendly and quite intuitive.
I hope that I can help improve the software in the future

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Tutorial Movies

Documentation

Software documentation includes written text or presentations that describe the software. They either explain its functionalities or how to use it. Movies (mp4) also show you how to perform a number of tasks with LIFEx. If you'd like more movies to illustrate specific features, let us know !

The version numbers displayed on this page refer to the versions of the application from which the given information applies. If you are unsure, also use the latest version available.

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Publications

Here is a list of publications related to LIFEx software for metabolic tumor volume measurement (MTV) and texture analysis.

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