We assume that you've already downloaded XNAT. If you haven't, you can do so here:
You can also download the latest version of the XNAT pipeline engine:
The XNAT Vagrant project is also available:
If you're just getting started with XNAT for the first time, you may find this quick reference document helpful. If not, you want to go straight to:
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XNAT is an open source imaging informatics platform developed by the Neuroinformatics Research Group at Washington University. XNAT was originally developed in the Buckner Lab at Washington University, now at Harvard University. It facilitates common management, productivity, and quality assurance tasks for imaging and associated data. Thanks to its extensibility, XNAT can be used to support a wide range of imaging-based projects.
Most of the user interface will look and feel similar to users who are familiar with XNAT 1.6.5. But under the hood? A whole lot has changed, for the better, including:
Thanks to our updated build process, there is now immense flexibility and control in how you can install XNAT. Here are two of the simplest ways.
Looking to play around with an XNAT before deploying it to a broad set of users? In less than fifteen minutes, you can have an XNAT up and running on your local machine.
This guide will walk you through the steps (which are fewer than before) necessary to perform a full install of XNAT on your production system.
If you are upgrading from XNAT 1.6.x, this should be fairly straightforward. If you are upgrading from an older version of XNAT, you may want to contact us.
There are several common configurations for XNAT, based on common use cases. We have documented these, but if your use case is unique, you might want to bring it up in the XNAT Community Discussion Group .
There are several places you can turn to if you have questions.