Library for 3D free-hand ultrasonography
A Python library for 3D free-hand ultra-sound measurements.
Folder Py3DFreeHandUS contains source code and doc.
HTML doc is in doc/index.html or sphinx/_build/html/index.html
After installing Anaconda/Miniconda (64-bit), do the following to create a Conda sandboxed environment and install Py3DFreeHandUS:
- create a .bat text file (*) and insert the following content:
` conda create -n 3dfus python=2.7 libpython msvc_runtime mingw spyder=3.1.4 pyqt vtk=6.3.0 --yes call activate 3dfus pip install Py3DFreeHandUS --no-cache-dir call deactivate pause `
- double-click on the .bat file.
To run Spyder for the sandboxed environment, just create a .bat text file with the following content:
` call activate 3dfus spyder `
and double-click on it.
Data files and example scripts are tracked via [Git LFS](https://help.github.com/articles/configuring-git-large-file-storage/). To get the example data:
download and install [git](https://git-scm.com/). During installation, you can leave the default checkboxes as they are. Make sure that Git LFS is in the list of components to install.
create a profile on [GitHub](https://github.com/), if you don’t have it already.
create an empty folder where you want data to be and inside right-click on Git Bash here. To download the sample data for the first time, type:
` git init git remote add origin https://github.com/u0078867/Py3DFreeHandUS.git git pull origin master pause `
When pulling, you may be requested username and password of your GitHub account. This operation will download both raw library code and samples data; the sample data is under to folder samples.
Every time you are notified for sample data updates, double-click on download_sample_data.bat (created when pulling) to update your local copy.
(*): to create a .bat file in Windows, create first a .txt file, edit it with the content indicated, save it and rename it with a .bat extension.
IMPORTANT NOTE: this library is under active development. We do our best to try to maintain compatibility with previous versions.
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