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Python package for reading and parsing Heyex Heidelberg Spectralis OCT files

Project description

heyexReader

License: GPL v3 Documentation Status Python 2.7 Python 3.6

This is a native python implementation for reading Heidelberg Heyex Spectralis files. The current version only supports the Heyex VOL files.

The full documentation of this project is located at: http://heyexreader.readthedocs.io/

Installation

$ pip install heyexReader

Requirements

  • Numpy
  • Pillow

Getting Started

import heyexReader

vol = heyexReader.volFile("test.vol")

vol.renderIRslo("slo.png", renderGrid = True)
vol.renderOCTscans("oct", renderSeg = True)

print(vol.oct.shape)
print(vol.irslo.shape)

Thanks To

The basis for this code was ported from Markus Mayer's excellent work https://www5.cs.fau.de/research/software/octseg/.

Funded by

Research to Prevent Blindness National Eye Institute

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