The mouse brain image visualizer (MBIV) is available as a downloadale application.
The application can be downloaded as a WinZIP archive file or a .gz
(compressed) tar file. Either version can be downloaded using the
After downloading and saving the compressed archive file to your local machine, the next step is to uncompress and extract the achive to the local disk which can be done using either the WinZIP utility on Windows or gunzip and tar on Unix/Linux systems (or under Cygwin on Windows). The extracted directory is ./browser_release_v1.0beta and the contents are as follows:
$ pwd robertb@sirius /cygdrive/e/browser_release_v1.0beta $ dir -lt total 334 -rw-r--r-- 1 robertb None 339281 Nov 18 11:11 browser_v1.0b.jar drwxr-xr-x+ 5 Administrators None 0 Nov 17 16:10 spatialindex -rwxr-xr-x 1 robertb None 47 Nov 17 15:59 run.bat -rwxr-xr-x 1 robertb None 45 Nov 17 15:59 run.x drwxr-xr-x+ 5 Administrators None 0 Nov 9 13:24 jre
Files and directories:
Running Batch File (Windows or Cygwin)
The batch file, run.bat, can be executed in a few ways.
Running Shell Script (Unix/Linux)
If you are running on a true Unix/Linux system, type ./run.x on the command line.