Skip Navigation
Annotation and Image Markup (AIM) —
National Cancer Institute   U.S. National Institutes of Health www.cancer.gov

The caBIG program has been retired, and while this website is being maintained temporarily to prevent broken links and provide access to information on the subset of caBIG projects that were transitioned into the new NCIP program, it will be archived in the near future. For information on the NCI's biomedical informatics program, please visit http://ncip.nci.nih.gov.

The information and links on this website are no longer being updated and are provided for reference purposes only.

Home » Tools » Annotation and Image Markup (AIM)

Annotation and Image Markup (AIM)
 

Product Description

AIM is the first project to propose and create a "standard" means of adding information and knowledge to an image in a clinical environment, so that in the future image content can be easily and automatically searched. For a detailed description, refer to the AIM wiki.

Current Version

  • Current Version Number: 3.0
  • Release Date of Current Version: October 2010 (Data model)

Intended Audiences

Investigators, Researchers, Implementers, Workstation vendors, Clinicians interpreting and manipulating images

More Information


Tool Download Files


Domain and Technical Information

  • Area of Focus: Imaging
  • Primary Workspace: IMAG
  • Currently caGrid Enabled?Yes
  • Compatibility Level: Legacy (Learn more about compatibility levels)
  • Tool Maturity Assessment Mature Product (Successfully Adopted)
  • Architecture Level:  Other or Not Applicable,
  • Installation Level: Advanced - technical team required for installation