In an attempt to do more web-based programming, I’ve made a litte application for making mind maps. The initial idea came from brainstorming about finding jobs as a programmer and being too lazy to use pen and paper! I’ve recently turned it into
a Rails app with Facebook login support.
Still WIP, but you can try it here. It’s hosted on a free Heroku account, so will take a while to wake up. Also on Github here.
As part of my MSc in Computing Science, I implemented a browser-based medical image viewer called ScanView. It’s designed for viewing medical image data in .nii format, as acquired from MRI, CT and other scanning devices. It’s based on the XTK Library. Some of its features are outlined in the diagrams below.
Check it out here. My final project report can be found here.
Standard Layout - 3D, X, Y and Z View with loaded
Volumetric Rendering and In-Canvas Info Overlays
Loading and Comparison of multiple medical image data files
I created a database and management tool for Physio an der Bucht, a physiotherapy practice based in Berlin. It has been in use since July 2012, and is being continually improved. The database is built on MySQL, Python and Qt.
Daily overview for appointments per staff, different icons for appointments, breaks, courses, notes and alerts
Weekly overview for appointments per staff
Gives notice of conflicting appointments (by time,
room and staff)
Prescription overview - lists all prescriptions with
color coding for various
Client overview - lists all clients, with detailed
client window and perscription
and appointment history
Doctor overview - lists all doctors, with detailed
doctor window and perscription
Settings window - customise staff (display color, work
hours, info), treatments,