An open-source application for
the analysis and visualization
of segemented vasculature datasets.

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Vasculature Dataset Analysis and Visualization

VesselVio is an open-source application designed to allow researchers to analyze and visualize segmented and binarized vasculature datasets. It is also compatible with annotated datasets and pre-constructed graphs made in other programs.


Using VesselVio

In an attempt to tackel large learning-curves imposed by terminal-based analysis software, we built an open-source and stand-alone application for Windows and MacOS. The application interface allows for users to easily load datasets for analysis and visualization with specific parameters. If you’re having trouble with the downloads, you can also build the application from your terminal by following our step-by-step installation and build instructions.

Analysis Page Visualization Page


Tutorials on how to use VesselVio to analyze your vasculature datasets can be found on the Tutorial Page. It’s important to remember that the application was built for the analysis of segmented vasculature datasets. If you’re looking for resources to segment your datasets, you can check out ClearMap, VesSAP, or DeepVesselNet. Of course, there are many more options available.

If you’re looking for help with annotating your whole-brain vasculature datasets, we’d recommend that you check out QuickNII as a starting point.


Currently, VesselVio is available for download as a standalone application for computers running MacOS 11.6+ and Windows 10.

This application is entirely open-source and free to download under the GNU GPLv3 license. Reseachers hoping to modify or use individual components of the pipelines can find the source code on the GitHub VesselVio page.