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Software Name and Web Site

NBIA GForge project, Docs and Files Archive

XNAT

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MIDAS

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Interface/GUI

Web

Web

Web/Desktop Application

Query types/flexibility

Simple (9 parameters), Advanced (10 more parameters), Dynamic (boolean query of up to 90 DICOM tags)

Limited subset of DICOM tags out of the box but is highly configurable for adding the ability to query on just about any kind of meta data you wish to provide

Customizable, search by any tags registered in the system

Role Based Security

Yes

Yes

Yes

Public access option (no login req)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Active Development

Yes, NCI CBIIT

Yes, WUSTL Neuroinformatics Research Group

Yes, Kitware

License

Open source - NBIA License Agreement Details

Non-restrictive (BSD) open-source license - XNAT License Agreement Details

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non-restrictive (BSD) open-source license

Supports Federated Implementation

Yes, can discover other nodes on the caGrid

Not currently, but there are plans to add this functionality eventually

No

API available

Yes, caGrid

Yes, REST

Yes, REST, OAI-PMH

Supported image formats

DICOM

Automated import of DICOM and ECAT. Custom importers can be implemented for other formats.  Any file type can be uploaded through the API and web interface.

DICOM and other ITK-based format

Supported metadata formats

XML, Zip

XML

XML

Transfer protocols (import/export)

DICOM, HTTPS

DICOM, HTTPS

DICOM, HTTPS

Controlled Vocabulary

Follows caBIG standards (caDSR/EVS)

XNAT Schema

NIH Mesh and Dublin Core

Deployment Support

Yes, CBIIT Application Support or via NBIA User Listserv

XNAT Google Discussion group, monthly developer tcons, biannual user conference

Yes, MIDAS mailing list

Support Operating Systems

Linux, Windows, Mac

Linux, Windows, Mac

Linux, Windows, Mac

Data submission options

Submission to NBIA is performed by a java tool called CTP

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developed by John Perry at the RSNA.  CTP has options to import data from a hard drive or directly from a PACS or DICOM Workstation.

Direct upload is available through the web UI, direct DICOM transfer, scripts using REST API.

Direct upload via web UI, direct DICOM transfer via push, MIDASDesktop transfer (includes command line tools), WebDAV support.

Standard of De-Identification

Incorporates DICOM de-identification standards from The Attribute Confidentiality Profile (DICOM PS 3.15: Appendix E) via CTP.

Built-in de-identification language based on DICOM Browser

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can be configured to comply with DICOM PS 3.15: Appendix E and other standards.

No, but pre-storage filters can be run automatically

Support for multi-site submissions

Yes

Yes

Yes