Thank you for joining us for this demo of Dafne!

The live demo was on May 15 at 7:00 UTC. Check the ISMRM Program for details.

You can download the slides of the presentation here.

The video tutorials are now available in the tutorials page.

Dafne is an interactive segmentation tool based on federated learning. It is currently developed for the segmentation of the muscles of the thigh and of the leg, but it is easily extensible to other organs.

It is entirely developed in Python, and it’s free, open source, and multiplatform!

Explore this site for more information or go directly to the documentation.

Dafne interface

The Demo

This demo will consists of two parts. In the first part, you will see the interface and learn the basic usage of Dafne. In the second part, we will explore the code, and especially the deep learning models, and you will see how to extend Dafne to suit your needs.

Software Download

You can download the latest version of Dafne from the Github release page. Versions for Windows and Mac are available. Please make sure to follow the instructions for a correct installation.

Source installation for Linux is also possible. Please clone the Github repository and follow the documentation.

During the live demo, you can use the API key ISMRM21. This API key will only be available during the demo! Please use the Get Dafne page to request your own API key. It’s free!


You can download two demo datasets to start with from here: