This package includes a number of libraries (subdirectories) and tools (scripts in the main dir) created to perform my work as a postdoc, hence
postdoc_tools. It's a continuation of my
phd_tools repo, but updated for Python 3 and cruft removed, and new stuff added.
While the scripts are probably of no interest to anyone, some of the libraries may be, which are briefly explained below.
Files in the root are executable scripts, subdirectories are libraries and could be copied into your own projects or your
Why is this project not neatly separated and split over multiple task-specific repos? Because I am lazy, that's why. And also because just one
rsync command is required to update all my tools on the clusters I use.
Clone, and put the directory in your path (
export <CLONE_DIR>:$PATH). You can get access to the libraries in any script by adding
export PYTHONPATH=<CLONE_DIR>:$PYTHONPATH to your bashrc, or by putting this atop your scripts:
import sys sys.path.append("<CLONE_DIR>")
Alternatively, you can cherry-pick. You want to use the
image library? Just copy the
image subdir to your project and you're in business.
Now, an incomplete list over the modules with a brief description:
This library supports r/w MetoImage (MHD,ITK) and r/w AVSField (.xdr) images, including NKI compressed images (read-only, useful to work with your Elekta images). The
image class is a thin wrapper around typed numpy array objects (the
imdata member) such that you can easily work with images in these data formats. Slicing, projections, mathematical operations, stuff like that is very easy with numpy, so you can easily extend things to what you need.
Of particular interest are the DVH analysis function, and the distance to agreement calculation (entirely based on npgamma). The latter is quite slow though. For NKI decompression I supply a 64bit Linux and Windows lib, if you need support for other platforms you can compile the function in
A set of function that ease life with Matplotlib. The optional Texify-function make them look good TeX-y, and the tle.py functions provides many ways to compare data (depends on image). I've mostly switched to Seaborn however, which does some of these things already.
Some (spatial) vector functions. In particular, a function to convert Euler angles to matrix angles.
Operate on Gate macro files. Also with extremely basic support for the conversion of a phantom macro to an Image, which you may save to .mhx or .xdr. Requires CLITK tools
Some tools for processing dumped RTplans for Gate.
Some custom tools for my postdoc work. Unlikely to be interesting to you.
Work in progress. An interface to the GPUMCD wrapper dll which wraps, you guessed it, GPUMCD.