pytripgui is the graphical user interface (GUI) built around TRiP98 planning system and pytrip package. It is capable of visualising patient CT data, dose and LET overlays. pytripgui can make treatment plans using the local or remote TRiP98 package.
TRiP98 package is not included here, if you need it, go first to TRiP98 webpage http://bio.gsi.de/DOCS/TRiP98/NEW/DOCS/trip98.html
pytripgui works under the most popular operating systems with necessary packages installed, see installation instructions below.
Quick installation guide
We recommend that you run a recent Linux distribution. A recent Ubuntu version or Debian Stable/Testing should work, or any rolling release (archLinux, openSUSE tumbleweed). In this case, be sure you have python and pip installed.
As a baseline we recommend running python version at least 3.5. To get them and install system-wide on Debian or Ubuntu, type being logged in as normal user:
$ sudo pip install python3-pip
To automatically download and install the pytripgui system-wide, type:
$ sudo pip install pytrip98gui
NOTE: the pip package is named pytrip98gui, while the name of project is pytripgui.
Start it by calling:
pytripgui currently works in Linux, Windows and macOS with Python 3.5-3.9.
pytripgui dedicated to python2 users is not supported anymore, if you really know what to do, then try installing it with:
$ sudo pip install "pytrip98gui<1.0"
If you would like to download and run the source code of pytripgui, please see developer documentation.
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