Stereoencephalographic (SEEG) electrodes are clinically implanted into the brains of patients with refractory epilepsy to locate foci of seizure onset. They are increasingly used in neurophysiology research to determine focal human brain activity in response to tasks or stimuli. Clear visualization of SEEG electrode location with respect to patient anatomy on magnetic resonance image (MRI) scan is vital to neuroscientific understanding. An intuitive way to accomplish this is to plot brain activity and labels at electrode locations on closest MRI slices along the canonical axial, coronal, and sagittal planes. Therefore, we've developed an open-source software tool in Matlab for visualizing SEEG electrode positions, determined from computed tomography (CT), onto canonical planes of resliced brain MRI. The code and graphical user interface are available at: https://github.com/MultimodalNeuroimagingLab/mnl-seegviewClinical Relevance - This tool enables precise communication of SEEG electrode activity and location by visualization on slices of MRI in canonical axial, coronal, and sagittal planes.