Software

MIMoSA

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The R package mimosa is now live on Neuroconductor with the development version on GitHub. This package allows you to implement the MIMoSA method discussed in our original paper and follow up paper to automatically segment white matter both T2 hyperintense lesions and T1 hypointense lesions. The package comes with some pre-trained models if you do not have manual segmentations to train the model. If you do have manual segmentations, we suggest you train the model with your data.

To download from Neuroconductor run the following code:

source("https://neuroconductor.org/neurocLite.R")

neuro_install(mimosa, 
              release = "stable", 
              release_repo = latest_neuroc_release(release = release))
              
neuro_install(mimosa, 
              release = "current", 
              release_repo = latest_neuroc_release(release = release))

To download from GitHub run the following code:

# install.packages("devtools")
devtools::install_github("avalcarcel9/mimosa")

You can find documentation and a tutorial provided on my GitHub here.

Game of Thrones

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The GoT R package is now live on GitHub. This package allows you to scrape the Game of Thrones scripts from www.genius.com and some character lists available online. For more information see the my readme on GitHub and blog post about how to use the package.

To download run the following code:

# install.packages("devtools")
devtools::install_github("avalcarcel9/GoT")

R Flow

aliviateR is an R package I’ve built to help automate my R workflow. It has functions that help to automate building R packages. Additionally, it has some functions to calculate the Sørensen–Dice coefficient, help create a tibble of filepaths organized by subject ID, load all R objects in a folder organizing in a clean tibble format. While this package was created by me for me it can if you make R packages frequently or use similar data it may serve you as well. This package will forever be a work in progress but is available as a development version. For documentation see the package GitHub and readme.

To download run the following code:

# install.packages("devtools")
devtools::install_github("avalcarcel9/aliviateR")

TAPAS

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The R package rtapas is now live on GitHub as a development version. This package allows you to implement the TAPAS method. We are working to get the package on Neuroconductor.

To download from GitHub run the following code:

# install.packages("devtools")
devtools::install_github("avalcarcel9/rtapas")

You can find documentation and a tutorial provided on my GitHub here.


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