Bringing together Medical Physicists to create quality transparent software at a price affordable by all our peers, no matter what country they are from (free).
PyMedPhys, a community powered by git and continuous integration. A place to share, review, improve, and transparently learn off of each other’s code. It is a library of tools that we all have access to and, because of its license, will all have access to whatever it becomes in the future. It is inspired by the collaborative work of our physics peers in astronomy and their Astropy Project.
PyMedPhys is currently within the
beta stage of its lifecycle. It will
stay in this stage until the version number leaves
0.x.x and enters
1.x.x. While PyMedPhys is in
beta stage, no API is guaranteed to be
stable from one release to the next. In fact, it is very likely that the
entire API will change multiple times before a
1.0.0 release. In practice,
this means that upgrading
pymedphys to a new version will possibly break
any code that was using the old version of pymedphys. We try to be abreast of
this by providing details of any breaking changes from one release to the next
within the Release Notes.
PyMedPhys is what it is today due to its maintainers and developers. The currently active developers and maintainers of PyMedPhys are given below along with their affiliation:
We want you on this list. We want you, whether you are a clinical Medical Physicist, PhD or Masters student, researcher, or even just someone with an interest in Python to join our team. We want you if you have a desire to create and validate a toolbox we can all use to improve how we care for our patients.
The aim of PyMedPhys is that it will be developed by an open community of contributors. We use a shared copyright model that enables all contributors to maintain the copyright on their contributions. All code is licensed under the AGPLv3+ with additional terms from the Apache-2.0 license.