Time: Day 2, 9:00 – 9:30 am CDT
Host: Simon Doran, Institute for Cancer Research, London
Panelists: James D'Arcy (ICR UK), Mo Alsad (Imperial College London), Lorena Escudero (University of Cambridge) and special guest Kate Alpert (Radiologics)
Questions and Answers
When possible and as time permitted, questions that were brought up in the Q&A module during each talk were addressed in real time by the presenter. Other responses were entered in the Q&A interface itself. Those written responses are included below.
|Would you please elaborate further on OHIF viewer integration with machine learning ?||(Answered live in session)|
Can the viewer display RTDOSE data?
Would it be possible to contribute to the work to make these RTDOSE data compatible with the OHIF viewer? We have many datasets for testing.
|For the microscopy data, do you already know what file format might be supported?||(Answered live in session)|
Can the OHIF plugin be used to display nifti files? or does it just display dicom images?
Is NIFTI integration coming to the OHIF viewer?
What sort of technical problems exist with the visualization of NIFTI-formatted images?
|Any chance for a progress bar of sorts when loading datasets? Hitting the spinning circle drives my radiologists up the wall.|
|You mentioned copying ROI across dataset - what is the motivation? Shouldn't that be in a container instead of in the viewer?|
|One of the goals of the overall system is to minimize downloading data by allowing users to view directly on the system. Freesufer is a common research pipeline so would surface viewing be something considered. For instance a brainbrowser plugin or something along those lines for the OHIF viewer to see surface data (cortical or subcortical shape data). Datatypes could be .mgh/.mgz or .gii or cifti as examples|
|Hi All, I always get asked about dose cubes, are there any plans? Also, I cannot view ROIs in shared sessions unless I am a member of the original project. I have a json blob datatype somewhere|
|Will the microscopy viewing be compatible with tiled mosaic microscopy images? DICOM formats only? In my limited experience, our microscopy group seems to prefer using .tiff, and trying to convert to DICOM seemed quite tricky, re: creating the correct DICOM headers, mosaic tile metadata, etc|
|My question is regarding how ROIs are saved in OHIF Viewer. I don't have version 1.8, only 1.7 but if I'm correct ROIs are saved as .xml? Why are they not saved as DICOM? I believe 3D slider reads RSTRUCT from Enhanced DICOM files?|
|Will microscopy handle pyramidal/multi resolution file viewing/zooming?|
|Is there any guidance on converting nifti, nrrd, analyze, etc. segmentations into the dicom format compatible with ROI in OHIF? I believe it‚Äôs multiframe? Perhaps when given the original dicom series as an input?|
|Does OHIF handle multiframe dicom well? Could that reduce the number of individual requests per image?|
|Is it possible to save Mask-based ROIs as an AIM XML with coordinate measurements instead of a Dicom Seg?|
|Could we have a return or close button to return to the XNAT main interface? :D|