The Vitual Imaging Platform (VIP) is a web portal with popular computational tools available for use by registered users. These include:
As of January 2017, VIP has 990 registered users, with 115 users active during the last quarter of 2016. On average, the researchers that use VIP for their work consume about 30 years of CPU time per month.
Tobias Granberg used VIP to analyse the results of a long-term study of the effects of multiple sceloris. The results were published in the Multiple Sclerosis Journal.
Glatard et al. 2013. Transactions on Medical Imaging. doi: 10.1109/TMI.2012.2220154. (Full text, Open Access)