Easy-to-Use business intelligence (BI) for all
Pentaho tightly couples data integration with business analytics in a modern platform that brings together IT and business users to easily access, visualize and explore all data that impacts business results. Use it as a full suite or as individual components that are accessible on-premise in the cloud or on-the-go (mobile). Pentaho Kettle enables IT and developers to access and integrate data from any source, and deliver it to your business applications, all from within an intuitive and easy to use graphical tool.
Open source Health IT for the planet
OpenMRS is a community-developed, open source, enterprise electronic medical record system. Our mission is to improve health care delivery in resource-constrained environments by coordinating a global community to creates and support this software.
Amide's a Medical Image Data Examiner: Amide is a tool for viewing, registering, and analyzing anatomical and functional volumetric medical imaging data sets.
BioSig is a software library for processing of biomedical signals (EEG, ECG, etc.) with Matlab, Octave, C/C++ and Python. A standalone signal viewer supporting more than 30 different data formats is also provided.
The 'ImageJ Plugins' project is a source of custom plugins for the Image/J software. Image/J is a public domain image processing and analysis program developed in Java (http://rsb.info.nih.gov/ij/).
Patient Management System
Patient Management System to keep track of your patients. Keep Patient Contact Details. Give Appointment. Print Fees Receipt. Stock Management for Medicines and more Requires PHP 5.1.6
Framework & GUI for Bayes Nets and other probabilistic models.
UnBBayes is a probabilistic network framework written in Java. It has both a GUI and an API with inference, sampling, learning and evaluation. It supports Bayesian networks, influence diagrams, MSBN, OOBN, HBN, MEBN/PR-OWL, PRM, structure, parameter and incremental learning. Please, visit the license section of our wiki (https://sourceforge.net/p/unbbayes/wiki/License/) for more information about our licensing policy.
An open source workbench for chemo- and bioinformatics built on the Eclipse Rich Client Platform (RCP).
Dicom PACS solution for free.
DCMLinux is a complete PACS system, free of charge. Its core is an Ubuntu 14.04 system fully updated and it contains the DCM4CHEE as its PACS server. In the near future it will contain many other addons such as Weasis, Oviyam, Care2x, etc. Just download the iso, burn it to a CD and boot it up. No need to configure any files of dcm4chee, DCMLinux installer asks for everything it needs to configure a running PACS in minutes. Project Wiki : http://wiki.dcmlinux.org Project Forums: http://forums.dcmlinux.org
iPath is providing an free and open plattform for "case based collaboration", especially designed for medical applications (telemedicine, etc). The iPath-Server package provides a sort of medical BBS to discuss/consult cases online. Additional modules
A minimal Medical application to read and view DICOM (dcm) image file
Gfarm file system is a network shared file system that supports scalable I/O performance in distributed environment. It can federate local disks of network-connected PCs and compute nodes in several clusters.
Stochastic simulator for signaling pathways occuring in biological cells. Handles reaction-diffusion processes in 3D tetrahedral meshes.
The Insecticide Resistance Monitoring Application
Tools to process and visualize scientific data and images
Teem is a set of ANSI C libraries for manipulation, measurement, and visualization of structured scientific data. Includes N-dimensional image I/O and processing, volume rendering, diffusion tensor processing, ray tracing, PostScript rendering, and more.
Libraries and command line tools for medical image processing.
This software provides libraries and command line tools for the processing and analysis of gray scale medical images.
Library to support quantitative analysis of radiotherapy data
Moved to: http://github.com/MIC-DKFZ/RTTB RTToolbox is a software library, developed at the DKFZ to support quantitative analysis of treatment outcome for radiotherapy. The RTToolbox was designed following object-oriented design principles and was implemented in the language C++. It supports the import of radiotherapy data (e.g. dose distributions and structure sets) from DICOM-RT format and other standard image processing formats by using a bridge to ITK. The RTToolbox supports the full range of radiotherapy evaluation. Tools such as DVH calculation, arithmetic operations on dose distributions and structure relationship analysis are provided as a basis for further calculations. Dose comparison indices such as Conformity Index (CI), Homogeneity Index (HI) and Conformation Number (CN), and biological models including TCP, NTCP, EUD and BED are determined from dose distributions and DVHs. The RTToolbox can be easily extended to support other data format, comparison indices and
(Q)SAR Model Reporting Format Inventory
In the regulatory assessment of chemicals (e.g. under REACH), Quantitative Structure Activity Models (QSAR) are playing an increasingly important role in predicting properties for hazard and risk assessment. This implies both a need to be able to identify relevant QSARs and to use them to derive estimates and/or have access to their precalculated estimates. To help meet these needs, the JRC QSAR Model Database is established and freely accessible through http://qsardb.jrc.ec.europa.eu/qmrf The QSAR Model Reporting Format (QMRF) is a harmonised template for summarising and reporting key information on QSAR models, including the results of any validation studies. The information is structured according to the OECD validation principles. Download the QMRF Editor in order to describe your models in QMRF format and send the descriptions to JRC-COMPUTOX@ec.europa.eu to have them included in the database. More at http://qmrf.sourceforge.net/
DICOM decoder for Lazarus
DICOM decoder class for Lazarus
EMR EHR for small offices
This Electronic Medical Record is quick, reliable and customizable. Microsoft .NET client programs connect to a Microsoft SQL Server. Join us to see how our EHR works or to help develop it more fully.
Web-based outpatients managing software
Computerized guideline editor for clinical decision support
The GDL editor is multiplatform application that allows users to create, edit and run GDL files. GDL is a formal language designed to represent clinical knowledge for decision support. It is designed to be natural language- and reference terminology- agnostic by leveraging the designs of openEHR Reference Model and Archetype Model. The tool provides an editing and testing environment capable of generating forms based on the elements defined in the GDL. Requirements: Java Runtime Enviroment (JRE) 1.6 or higher
OpenSDC facilitates development of dist. systems of medical devices.
OpenSDC is a set of libraries that form a communication framework to facilitate the development of distributed systems of medical devices in high-acuity environments. It is based on the upcoming SDC standard, which is specified by the IEEE in IEEE Std 11073-20702-2016 (Point-of-care medical device communication Part 20702: Medical Devices Communication Profile for Web Services), IEEE Std 11073-10207-2017 (Point-of-care medical device communication Part 10207: Domain Information and Service Model for Service-Oriented Point-of-Care Medical Device Communication), and P11073-20701 (IEEE Draft Standard for Service-Oriented Medical Device Exchange Architecture & Protocol Binding). The SDC standard has the goal to meet increasing demand for medical device interoperability in an Integrated Clinical Environment (ICE), see also ASTM F2761-1:2009. OpenSDC is not intended to be used in clinical trials, clinical studies, or in clinical routine.
Open pharmacovigilance data extraction, mining and analysis tool
OpenVigil provides a webinterface to analyse pharmacovigilance data, i.e., spontanous or systematic collections of treatments (drugs) and observed adverse events ("drug side effects"). FDA Adverse Event Reporting System (AERS) and other pharmacovigilance data (e.g., Canadian or German) are supported. The OpenVigil web-based analysis tools offer several analysis modes like extraction, filtering, mining of data and analyses via measurements of disproportionality like proportional reporting ratio or reporting odds ratios) and export to spreadsheets programs like Microsoft Excel or statistics programs like R. OpenVigil 1 operates on raw data, OpenVigil 2 on cleaned data (using drugbank.ca and drugs@FDA), OpenVigilFDA uses the official FDA online API. OpenVigil 2 supports query for ATC codes or certain chemical moieties. Other tools of the OpenVigil project include a calculator for measurements of disproportionality for a 2x2 contingency table and a drugname mapper using RxNorm.
Framework for text mining, data integration and data analysis. Keywords: ontology and graph alignment, relation mining, warehouse, semantic database integration, bioinformatics, systems biology, microarray, Java.