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       caret  -  interactive  viewing,  manipulation  and  analysis of surface
       reconstructions of the cerebral and cerebellar cortex


       Caret is a software application for viewing  and  manipulating  surface
       reconstructions of the cerebral and cerebellar cortex, viewing volumes,
       for displaying experimental  data  on  the  surfaces  and  volumes  and
       performing functional and structural analysis of the cerebral cortex.

       Besides the main GUI application, the Caret software package provides a
       command line interface caret_command that  significantly  improves  the
       efficiency when analyzing a large number of datasets.

       caret_command  provides  an  extensive help output when called with the
       -help option.

       Questions regarding the usage of Caret or related theory can be  posted
       on  the Caret mailing list (see


       The Caret homepage at  which  provides
       extensive documentation, including tutorials and demo datasets.


       Caret  was  written  by  John  Harwell, Heather Drury, Donna Hanlon and
       David Van Essen; Washington University School of Medicine

       This    manual    page     was     written     by     Michael     Hanke
       <>,  for  the Debian project (but may be used by