Polytechnique Montreal course "Principes d'imagerie biomédicale".
This repository includes the lab material for the course
Documentation and Ressource
To get started with Python, we recommend this excellent tutorial (in French) made by Guillaume Sheehy.
Getting started (with Binder)
Wait for Binder to finish building the environment (can take 5-10 minutes), then click on the Jupyter notebook. E.g.: under
Warning: After 10 minutes of inactivity, binder will stop working and you will have to launch it again. Save your work before closing it or it will be lost !
Getting started (on local station)
install miniconda in order to set-up your python environment.1) You will need to
2) Clone this GitHub repository on your computer:
git clone https://github.com/jcohenadad/GBM8378.git cd GBM8378
- For Windows user, you might need to install git prior to clone the repository.
- If git clone is not working, you can download the zipped version of the repository and unzip it locally on your computer.
3) Once miniconda is installed and the repository is cloned, run the following commands in order to create your virtual environment and start the jupyter notebook:
Then, run the following to create a virtual environment and start the notebook:
conda env create -f environment.yml # Only do it once in order to create the environment (might take a few minutes) # Start the jupyter notebooks: conda activate env-gbm8378 # Do it everytime you wish to run the notebook jupyter notebook
- Make sure that your prompt is currently on the
GBM8378folder when you call the
- For Windows user, you might need to type these commands in
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Make sure that you have the last version of the files by pulling the repo before every new lab (
git pull). Move your Notebooks elsewhere if you don't want them to be overwritten by the new clone.
While on the jupyter notebook, print the page and export/save as PDF.