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Software library for X-Ray data analysis

Project description

Date: 2016-08-11
Authors: Nicola Vigano
Emmanuel Taurel
Henri PAYNO

freeart

freeart is a tomographic image reconstruction library using Algebraic Reconstruction Technique (ART). It is able to deal with absorption and emission sinograms. Freeart core is written in C++ using template classes to have simple or double precision. A python interface is provided to access the core functionalities. A set of utils such as configuration files, interpreter to run reconstruction from configuration files are provided in python.

What’s inside

The contents of the different folders is:

  • doc: All resources to generate the sphinx documentation (such as .rst …). Some historical doxygen file are also inside.mv doxygen
  • examples: some code source examples to usse freeart. examples/cpp contains the examples using c++ and examples/python contains the examples using python
  • freeart: the folder containing all the source code for the freeart project.

Under the freeart folder you can found:

  • app for the freeart interpreter command line
  • configuration which contains the files used to define the configuration file for a freeart reconstruction.
  • core contains all the cpp file sources
  • cpp_utils: some c utils files
  • interpreter to interpret freeart reconstruction files and make the interconnection with fisx to. Also contains most of the unit tests.
  • python_interface: The cython files to build the python interface of freeart core
  • resources: freeart resources folder
  • test: unittest of freeart project.
  • unitsystem: the unit system python module. Note that this module refer to the freeart/core/units.h file and must be kept up to date
  • utils: python modules with utils functions

Installation

To install freeart, run:

pip install freeart

Then you can use freeart module and submodules from python.

Documentation

Documentation of latest release is available at http://www.edna-site.org/pub/doc/freeart/latest/index.html

GUI

tomogui (https://pypi.org/project/tomogui/ and https://gitlab.esrf.fr/tomoTools/tomogui) is providing a graphical user interface to run freeart reconstruction.

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