TRANSACT-ITN 2017 software survey

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    If you are a user of either the jMRUI software, the INTERPRET Decision Support System or the SpectraClassifier tool, we would like to know how you use these software tools and your opinion about them, so that we can keep improving our software to better serve your needs.

    For that purpose, we ask you to participate in the TRANSACT-ITN final software survey by answering few questions about your training, your working environment, the data you process, and how you use and rate the software. The full questionnaire should take you less than 15 minutes to complete, and less than 10 minutes if you only use the jMRUI software. The questionnaire has been tested with the most popular web browsers running on desktop computers and mobile phones and tablets, and you should be able to answer it from elsewhere.

    The survey is brought to you by TRANSACT, the EU-funded FP7-PEOPLE Marie Curie Initial Training Network (ITN) project that has been fostering the development of the jMRUI software from March 1, 2013 to February 28, 2017. The aim of the project was to Transform Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy into a Clinical Tool, and two of the main objectives of the project were:
    – to improve the usability of the jMRUI software in the clinics, and
    – to add the existing INTERPRET Decision Support System and the SpectraClassifier tool to jMRUI as plug-ins to facilitate the use of MRS in the clinic.

    Once the survey is over, a report summarizing all collected answers will be written and made available through the TRANSACT web site and/or the jMRUI web site.

    We thank you in advance for your cooperation!

    MRUI webmaster

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