On this page you can download
elastix via periodic releases or from version control.
How to cite
If you use this software anywhere we would appreciate if you cite the following articles:
S. Klein, M. Staring, K. Murphy, M.A. Viergever and J.P.W. Pluim, "
elastix: a toolbox for intensity based medical image registration," IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging, vol. 29, no. 1, pp. 196 - 205, January 2010. download doi
D.P. Shamonin, E.E. Bron, B.P.F. Lelieveldt, M. Smits, S. Klein and M. Staring, "Fast Parallel Image Registration on CPU and GPU for Diagnostic Classification of Alzheimer's Disease", Frontiers in Neuroinformatics, vol. 7, no. 50, pp. 1-15, January 2014. download doi
Many of the elastix components were published in scientific journals. You can find the appropiate citation at the wiki.
elastix version 5.0.1 was released 05-10-2020.
The binaries can be downloaded via GitHub.
Steve M. Robbins provides a number of Debian packages, both 32bit and 64bit: click here.
The binaries are zipped and can be unzipped with "tar -xjf <archive>" (Linux) or using WinZip in Windows. The windows binaries may require the Visual Studio redistributable package, which can be downloaded via the Microsoft website; See also the FAQ.
elastix you accept the conditions written here.
You can also directly checkout the
elastix source code at GitHub.
Note that the
develop branch in the repository gives access to the latest development and may therefore be unstable. The
master branch points to the latest (bugfix) release.