Diagnotep is an affliction search engine to help diagnose medical problems. It searches among the symptoms of a medical database, so the results will only be medical afflictions. The links from the results page point to affliction pages which are either public domain government pages or pages licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License.
Julius MV1 is a showcase application for the Julius framework. It can be used as a fully functional DICOM 3.0 or RAW volume viewer as well as a viewer for large polymesh datasets. It also provides basic data processing features such as volume segmentation or polymesh decimation. Julius MV1 can be used as a basis and testbed for other applications developed with the Julius Framework. The Julius Framework (which comes bundled with MV1) is a general software architecture for medical visualization, simulation, and navigation.
Jmol is a Free, Open Source molecule viewer and editor. It is a collaboratively developed visualization and measurement tool for chemical scientists. Jmol is an active project, and there are new features being added to it on a daily basis. Users are encouraged to modify it to fit their needs and to contribute their changes to the project.
FastVox is an API for volume visualization that can be embedded into OpenGL displays. It features a multi-threaded realtime volume rendering engine which is based on a set of plugins that range from high-speed software-based renderers to hardware-accelerated renderers designed for current generation graphics hardware.
MeVisLab is a platform for image processing research and development with a focus on medical imaging. It allows fast integration and testing of new algorithms and the development of application prototypes that can be used in clinical environments. Beside general image processing algorithms and visualization tools, MeVisLab includes advanced medical imaging modules for segmentation, registration, volumetry, and quantitative morphological and functional analysis.
GeneRecon is a software package for linkage disequilibrium mapping using coalescent theory. It is based on a Bayesian Markov-chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) method for fine-scale linkage-disequilibrium gene mapping using high-density marker maps. GeneRecon explicitly models the genealogy of a sample of the case chromosomes in the vicinity of a disease locus. Given case and control data in the form of genotype or haplotype information, it estimates a number of parameters, most importantly, the disease position.