Please take a look at the INSTALL file
for instructions on how to compile ODIN for your platform.
Latest release (ChangeLog):
Previous releases and additional stuff:
Latest source code:
Checking out the latest source code using Subversion is possible with the command
svn checkout https://svn.code.sf.net/p/od1n/code/trunk/odin
or download a tarball with the recent code.
Use the command
./bootstrap in the checkout to generate the configure script.
The Windows distribution of ODIN contains everything that is necessary to compile/run sequences
(3rd party libraries, MinGW compiler), just install the following package:
An official debian package is available here.
ODIN is part of NeuroDebian.
As a nice feature, NeuroDebian provides virtual machines to run
ODIN without a Debian/Ubuntu installation.
The archive contains more virtual samples which can be used
to simulate ODIN sequences.
If you have any questions, bug-reports or improvements,
if you need professional support with ODIN,
or if you know how to make a better web page than this,
please do not hesitate to contact me (Thies Jochimsen).
ODIN is published under the terms of the GNU General
ODIN is a framework for research purposes only.
It is not certified for clinical use.
Hence, it cannot replace approved solutions from commercial manufacturers.