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cpR Chemical Pathology interface for R

A graphical user interface to R for use in Clinical Chemistry

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This project is a graphical user interface to the R statistical programming language designed for use in Clinical Chemistry. It allows the user to perform Passing Bablok, Deming and Linear Regression and to produce high quality images in any file format for publication.

The front end is written in Python 3.3 and PyQt4 and the form was designed using Qt4 Designer. The statistical analysis is written in R. The compiled binary was made with cx_freeze.

This software is free and open-source. It is released under the GNU Public license and comes with absolutely no warranty.

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Python, S/R



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