Biomedical Image Analysis Library
The Biomedical Image Analysis Library is a poweful tool for developers, physicians, researchers, engineers, and so on. With a intuitive user interface, a physician can make semi-automated diagnostics, segmentations, and apply sophisticated image processing filters using drag and drop features.
Since it is an Open Source Library, its tools and functions can be used by developers, researchers and engineers to make their own applications.
First, you will need Qt ( >= 5.6 ), an opensource C++ framework, that can be found in http://download.qt.io/.
The easiest way to install the library is opening the file "master.pro" on QtCreator, and selecting the "Build", according to the desired build mode (release or debug). Then, the library will be generated at BIAL/build/<linux/windows>/<release/debug>/lib, and the BIAL GUI will be found at BIAL/build/<linux/windows>/<release/debug>/bialgui.
Warning: As libbial.so is a shared library, you will need to add its path to LD_LIBRARY_PATH (or DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH os MAC OS), with the following command:
Example: In a machine running ubuntu 16.04, you could download Qt 5.9, and compile the whole library and run a test example with the following commands:
# In ubuntu Xenial Xerus 16.04 you could use the following commands to install Qt 5.9 sudo add-apt-repository ppa:beineri/opt-qt591-xenial -y && sudo apt-get update; sudo apt update sudo apt install -y qt59base #Downloading BIAL library from github git clone https://github.com/GIBIS-UNIFESP/BIAL cd BIAL # Generating the makefile with qmake qmake -r . # Building the whole project make # Building a test binary cd tst make Image-Copy export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=../build/linux/release/lib ./bin/Image-Copy res/macaw.ppm dat/macaw.ppm