odin 2.0.4-0.1 source package in Ubuntu

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odin (2.0.4-0.1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Non-maintainer upload.
  * New upstream release.
    - Fixed the build on i386. (Closes: #953064)

 -- Adrian Bunk <email address hidden>  Wed, 20 May 2020 23:12:09 +0300

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Uploaded by:
NeuroDebian Team on 2020-06-06
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Original maintainer:
NeuroDebian Team
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Section:
science
Urgency:
Medium Urgency

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Binary packages built by this source

libodin-dev: static libraries and header for ODIN sequences

 This package provides static libraries and headers of the ODIN libraries
 odindata, adinpara, odinqt, odinseq and tjutils. They are required for
 building magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) sequences with ODIN.

mitools: view, convert and perform basic maths with medical image datasets

 The three contained tools micalc, miconv and miview are handy command-line
 utilities for converting, manipulating and viewing medical image data in
 various formats (DICOM, NIfTI, PNG, binary data, ...).

mitools-dbgsym: debug symbols for mitools
odin: develop, simulate and run magnetic resonance sequences

 ODIN is a framework for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
 It covers the whole toolchain of MRI, from low-level data acquisition
 to image reconstruction. In particular, it aims at rapid prototyping
 of MRI sequences. The sequences can be programmed using a high-level,
 object oriented, C++ programming interface. It provides advanced
 sequence analysis tools, such as interactive plotting of k-space
 trajectories, a user interface for a fast compile-link-test cycle
 and a powerful MRI simulator which supports different virtual samples.
 For fast and flexible image reconstruction, ODIN contains a highly
 customizable, multi-threaded data-processing framework.

odin-dbgsym: debug symbols for odin