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Vue: reusable Javascript DICOM image viewer component #179

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isms opened this Issue Oct 23, 2017 · 5 comments

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isms commented Oct 23, 2017

Splitting this off from #148 and #150.

Note: Proofs of concept with a specific library will be in a position to receive points for this even if a different way of doing it is ultimately selected. These add value to the project by giving other contributors a reference point for how this may be done.

We need to be able to show DICOM imagery in an interactive way. There are existing libraries designed to do this:

  • Cornerstone Tools (see especially this example of drawing freehand boundaries)
  • DICOM web viewer (GNU GPL v3 not compatible with MIT license)
  • Others (Google shows a few more)

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Somebody needs to make these work nicely with Vue so we can show things like predicted nodule centroids (#148) and boundaries (#150) above the image slices, and also let them change centroids or mark new places. See the design doc for a discussion of features.

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isms commented Oct 23, 2017

@swederik Any interest in taking a crack at this?

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Vue: implement 'Detect and Select' component(s) #148

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swederik commented Oct 24, 2017

I don't have the time at the moment, sorry.

(but I have posted this on our mailing list: https://groups.google.com/forum/?nomobile=true#!topic/cornerstone-platform/hCIy7ajaTY4)

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jjjmm commented Oct 24, 2017

@isms i could give it a try, since it is within scope of #150

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jjjmm commented Oct 25, 2017

@isms DICOM web viewer is under GNU GPL 3 license. Does it mean, that we can't use it in this project, since concept-to-clinic is under MIT license?

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#179 DICOM image viewer #188

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isms commented Oct 26, 2017

@jjjmm Good point: GNU GPL 3 not compatible with MIT. I'll scratch that.

@isms isms modified the milestones: 1-mvp, 2-feature-building Oct 29, 2017

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