A barcode encoding library supporting over 50 symbologies.
Encodes data into any of the following: Australia Post barcode, Aztec Code, Aztec Runes, Channel Code, Codabar, Codablock-F, Code 11, Code 128, Code 16K, Code 2 of 5 (Including IATA, Datalogic, ITF14, Deutsche Post Leitcode and Identcode), Code 32 (Italian Pharmacode), Code 39, Code 39+, Code 49, Code 93, Code One, Data Matrix (ECC200), DotCode, Dutch Post KIX, EAN, Grid Matrix, GS-1 DataBar, Han Xin Code, HIBC, Japan Post, Korea Post, LOGMARS, MaxiCode, MSI, PDF417 and Micro PDF417, Pharmacode, POSTNET, PLANET, QR Code and Micro QR, Royal Mail 4-state (RM4SCC) and Mailmark, Telepen, UPC-A and UPC-E, UPNQR and USPS Intelligent Mail. Also supports full range of Unicode (UTF8) input using automated ECI switching for encoding in multiple languages and GS-1 data input mode. Save to PNG, BMP, TIF, GIF, PCX, SVG, WMF and EPS output file formats. Includes CLI and GUI interfaces and fully documented API for integrating with other projects.
3270 Terminal Emulator
x3270 is a suite of 3270 terminal emulation tools. x3270 is an interactive X11 client, c3270 is curses-based interactive client, and s3270 and tcl3270 are scripting tools for writing screen-scraping applications. wc3270 is the Windows console client and ws3270 is the Windows screen-scraping tool. Includes IND$FILE support, DBCS, and more.
professional CRM and groupware service, ready for the cloud
NEW VERSION 4.1.0: openCRX is a professional CRM service (customer relationship management) deployable to all major platforms. openCRX is multi-entity enabled, scalable, a real enterprise-class CRM-solution that runs on Apache TomEE.
Avalon Toolkit for SMILES-based cheminformatics services
The Avalon Cheminformatics Toolkit contains tools to render and canonicalize SMILES and manipulate MOL file and related formats as well as structure fingerprinting.
IQA is a C library for objectively measuring image/video quality. It implements many popular algorithms, such as MS-SSIM, MS-SSIM*, SIMM, MSE, and PSNR. It is designed to be fast, accurate, and reliable. All code is Valgrind-clean and unit tested.
Pascal Units for Medical Applications
The PUMA Repository is a collection of Pascal units for medical informatics. It contains reusable source code for a wide field of health-care application development. The code includes converting functions for measurement units and an HL7 engine. PUMA is compatible with Lazarus and Free Pascal. Some of the units also support other Pascal implementations including Delphi, winsoft Pocket Studio and other compilers.
MDSTk is a collection of 2D/3D image processing tools aimed at medical images. It contains routines for volume data processing (3D filtering, segmentation, etc.) as well as fast low-level vector graphics library for surface and tetrahedral meshing. MDSTk has been forked by 3Dim Laboratory s.r.o. to provide better support and further push its development forward. Please check VPL (Voxel Processing Library) project available on Bitbucket (https://bitbucket.org/3dimlab/vpl).
A smart search engine for medical documents
TIES (Text Information Extraction System) is a clinical text search engine that uses Natural Language Processing techniques to extract medical concepts from free text clinical reports. It provides secure de-identified access to this information and has in built collaboration tools and honest broker functionality. It is licensed for academic use under the BSD license. For commercial use please contact Nexi at http://nexihub.com
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
MGFp is open parser implementation for the Mascot Generic Format (MGF). It uses bison/flex to define a formal grammar and provides the necessary C++ adapter classes. The software is provided under a BSD license. Development on SF.net has ceased. You can find the project at http://kirchnerlab.github.com/libmgf/
The Medical Imaging Interaction Toolkit (MITK) is a C++ class library for the development of medical imaging software with a high degree of interaction. The example application features DICOM viewing, measurement, image segmentation and registration.
A fast, unobtrusive and modern cross-platform GUI toolkit. Agar fully exploits hardware acceleration where available, but also supports simple frame-buffer interfaces. Agar is stand-alone and easily portable to new platforms and graphics systems.
A new accesibility/assistive on screen keyboard designed for minimizing mouse movement to speed up data entry.
Translational (image) registration framework
MatchPoint tackles problems which are not, or only insufficiently, handled by other known registration projects. MatchPoint is a framework in its original meaning. It focuses on concepts and paradigms that form a frame which eases the utilization of registration algorithms (own and external work) and their integration in arbitrary applications. The concrete implementation of algorithmic components is not a focus of MatchPoint. Topics addressed and facilitated by MatchPoint are inter alia support of algorithm evaluation, registration algorithms as services, support of parallel data processing, encapsulation of registration domain complexity and intuitive, less error prone handling for none registration domain experts. If you search for registration algorithms you should look at projects like ITK, Plastimatch, Elastix ... . If you search for framework that helps you to integrate these registration developments or others into your application, you are at the right place.
The Open-Source Virtual Clinical Trial Project
The OpenVCT project is designed to provide a common platform for performing Virtual Clinical Trials of medical imaging. OpenVCT provides tools for simulation of patient accrual and reader studies of medical imaging devices, simulating by simulating cohorts of patients and readers. OpenVCT uses common data standards, such as DICOM, to ensure inter-compatibility.