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* [https://www.ubuntupit.com/top-25-best-free-medical-imaging-software-for-linux-system/ 3D Slicer ranked #3 best open-source software for Linux platforms]
 
* [https://www.ubuntupit.com/top-25-best-free-medical-imaging-software-for-linux-system/ 3D Slicer ranked #3 best open-source software for Linux platforms]
 
*[https://discourse.slicer.org/t/mixed-volume-rendering-and-surface-representation-of-segmentation-has-incorrect-3d-appearance-if-segment-is-not-fully-opaque/6532/4 Slicer Forum Testimonial]
 
*[https://discourse.slicer.org/t/mixed-volume-rendering-and-surface-representation-of-segmentation-has-incorrect-3d-appearance-if-segment-is-not-fully-opaque/6532/4 Slicer Forum Testimonial]
''The appeal of the volume rendering was the ease of working with 4D data, as the volume is cycled through the time steps, the volume-rendered representation naturally changes with the image volume.  
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''The appeal of the volume rendering was the ease of working with 4D data, as the volume is cycled through the time steps, the volume-rendered representation naturally changes with the image volume. (...)Also, I liked that it was easy to create a representation where it was trivial to tell which side of the surface was facing air, and which side was facing non-air by putting two different colors on either end of my step function. Thanks again for your help.(...) Slicer is an amazing tool, and the community support is second to none!''
(...)Also, I liked that it was easy to create a representation where it was trivial to tell which side of the surface was facing air, and which side was facing non-air by putting two different colors on either end of my step function. Thanks again for your help.(...) Slicer is an amazing tool, and the community support is second to none!''
 

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The appeal of the volume rendering was the ease of working with 4D data, as the volume is cycled through the time steps, the volume-rendered representation naturally changes with the image volume. (...)Also, I liked that it was easy to create a representation where it was trivial to tell which side of the surface was facing air, and which side was facing non-air by putting two different colors on either end of my step function. Thanks again for your help.(...) Slicer is an amazing tool, and the community support is second to none!