scikit-surgerycalibration provides algorithms designed for the calibration of surgical instruments
Author(s): Stephen Thompson; Contributor(s): Matt Clarkson, Thomas Dowrick and Miguel Xochicale
scikit-surgerycalibration is part of the SciKit-Surgery software project, developed at the Wellcome EPSRC Centre for Interventional and Surgical Sciences, part of University College London (UCL).
scikit-surgerycalibration is tested on Python 3.7.
scikit-surgerycalibration contains algorithms to perform calibrations useful during surgery, for example pointer calibration, ultrasound calibration, and camera calibration.
Please explore the project structure, and request or implement your desired functionality.
Pivot Calibration for pivot calibration.
Calibration of mono or stereo tracked video data, calculating camera intrinsics and handeye transformation.
You can clone the repository using the following command:
git clone https://github.com/SciKit-Surgery/scikit-surgerycalibration git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:SciKit-Surgery/scikit-surgerycalibration.git # Alternatively, use password-protected SSH key.
We recommend using anaconda or miniconda to create a python 3.7 environment, then using tox to install all dependencies inside a dedicated venv. We then use github actions to run a matrix of builds for Windows, Linux and Mac and various python versions.
All library dependencies are specified via requirements-dev.txt which refers to requirements.txt.
So, assuming either anaconda or miniconda is installed, and your current working directory is the root directory of this project:
conda create --name scikit-surgery python=3.7 conda activate scikit-surgery pip install tox tox
As the tox command runs, it will install all dependencies in a sub-directory .tox/py37 (Linux/Mac) or .tox\py37 (Windows). tox will also run pytest and linting for you.
To run commands inside the same environment as tox, you should:
on Linux/Mac, or if you are Windows user:
Then you can run pytest, linting, or directly run python scripts, and know that the environment was created correctly by tox.
The simplest way is again using tox.
tox -e docs
then open docs/build/html/index.html in your browser.
Pytest is used for running unit tests:
python -m pytest pytest -v -s tests/algorithms/test_triangulate.py #example for individual tests
This code conforms to the PEP8 standard. Pylint can be used to analyse the code:
pylint --rcfile=tests/pylintrc sksurgerycalibration
You can pip install directly from the repository as follows:
pip install git+https://github.com/SciKit-Surgery/scikit-surgerycalibration
Please see the contributing guidelines.
Licensing and copyright
Copyright 2020 University College London. scikit-surgerycalibration is released under the BSD-3 license. Please see the license file for details.
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