Demonstration of an Inline Publication Image Viewer: The Future of Radiological Publishing.

  • Brian D. Ross
  • Published 2016 in Tomography : a journal for imaging research

Abstract

Publications which present images containing multi-dimensional image content have traditionally been confined to present information in a static 2-dimensional format. Inclusion of videos within a publication provides enhanced opportunities to present multi-dimensional image views rather than relying on static images to communicate findings. However, asignificant advance is presented in which an image viewer in integrated into Tomography's digital publication format allowing foruser manipulated and interactive multi-dimensional viewing of published image data directly inline with the manuscript. This 'small step' in technological advancement allowing for user manipulation and interrogation of multidimensional published image datais a 'giant leap' forward for publishing in the field of radiological sciences and beyond.

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@article{Ross2016DemonstrationOA, title={Demonstration of an Inline Publication Image Viewer: The Future of Radiological Publishing.}, author={Brian D. Ross}, journal={Tomography : a journal for imaging research}, year={2016}, volume={2 1}, pages={1-2} }