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Took over libmni-perllib-perl to imaging-dev and mni-autoreg to imaging task

  == Inoffcial and prospective packages ==
  ||<tablewidth="100%"rowbgcolor="#ffff99">''Name'' ||''Description'' ||''Licence'' ||''ITP'' ||''Upstream website'' ||
- ||[http://apsy.gse.uni-magdeburg.de/main/index.psp?sec=1&page=hanke/debian&lang=en mni-autoreg] || completely automatic multi-resolution fitting method to transform anatomical brain images into the Talairach stereotaxic coordinate system. Packages for not-yet-packaged dependencies are provided as well (mni-autoreg-model, libmni-perllib-perl and libgetopt-tabular-perl). ||non-free (deps: free) ||None ||[http://www.bic.mni.mcgill.ca/software/mni_autoreg/ link] ||
  ||[http://apsy.gse.uni-magdeburg.de/main/index.psp?sec=1&page=hanke/debian&lang=en mni-n3] ||MNI Non-parametric Non-uniformity Normalization (N3). This package provides the 'nu_correct' tool for unsupervised correction of radio frequency (RF) field inhomogenities in MR volumes. Package for not-yet-packaged dependency is provided as well (libebtks-dev). ||BSDish ||None ||[http://www.bic.mni.mcgill.ca/software/N3/ link] ||
  ||[http://od1n.sourceforge.net/ odin] || C++ software framework to develop, simulate and run magnetic resonance sequences on different platforms ||GPL ||[http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=410318 RFP:#410318] ||[http://od1n.sourceforge.net/ link] ||
  ||[http://www.rumba.rutgers.edu/soft/index.php rumba] ||RUMBA (Rutgers University Mind Brain Analysis) toolkit was developed for the analysis of MRI anatomical and functional datasets. The toolkit provides means to perform I/O, registration, motion correction, filtering, PCA, ICA, GLM, and visualization.  To take advantage of speedy C++ written I/O and processing routines, bindings to high level programming (python) or computational (R) environments are available. ||Artistic ||none ||[http://www.rumba.rutgers.edu/soft/index.php link] ||

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