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- Oct 13 2017, 9:09 AM (158 w, 3 d)
Aug 10 2020
Pushed new branch feature/T27564-integrate-deeplearning-segmentation-evaluation.
Jul 31 2020
Pushed new branch feature/T27500-use-PythonCApi-in-python-service-V2.
Jul 30 2020
Jul 29 2020
Seems like I figured it out. What I had to do was to change SWIG_TypeQuery("_p_mitk__Image") to SWIG_TypeQuery("_p_itk__SmartPointerT_mitk__Image_t") and change the type of image to mitk::Image::Pointer *image. When passing Pic3D now and printing the number of dimensions, 3 is printed as one would expect. I will further investigate how to interact with other libraries like SimpleITK.
I tried an approach like @floca suggested with the SWIG wrapping that is already available in MITK. Here is my code to transfer a MITK image from C++ to Python:
Jul 28 2020
If you use Python 3.7/3.8, you need to install SWIG version 4.0.2. This solves the problem. Currently, SWIG version 3.0.2. is installed in the Superbuild.
Jul 24 2020
Jul 21 2020
Pushed new branch feature/T27564-integrate-deeplearning-segmentation-V2.
Jul 16 2020
Pushed new branch feature/T27564-integrate-deeplearning-segmentation.
Jul 15 2020
Jul 8 2020
@kalali I can confirm that there is no option to use autocrop when using the ITK NrrdImageIO reader. However, when you load an image with the ITK reader (I used MultiLabel/Pic3DAsMultilabelImage.nrrd as well) and you convert it to a segmentation
(Right click ->Convert to segmentation) and then autocrop the new segmentation node, the name also changes to "No Name". So it might be a general problem when autocropping.
As the bug couldn't be reproduced, it can be closed.
Jul 6 2020
Jul 2 2020
I couldn't reproduce it myself and to be honest, I don't know which picture I took when the bug occured. @thomass Do you still know more about this bug? I think we encountered it when we were testing with the Checklists.
Jun 29 2020
Pushed new branch feature/T27500-use-PythonCApi-in-python-service.
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Jan 23 2020
I encountered the same error. Is there any solution for this problem?
Jan 20 2020
Jan 17 2020
Pushed new branch T24271-port-more-tests-2-integration.
Jan 13 2020
The error might occur because I cloned MITK from github
Jan 9 2020
Jan 8 2020
This might be related to task T13033
Mar 22 2019
My CppRestSdk and CppRestSdkQt modules are now integrated. I also added a doxygen file as a guide for how to use the module but I'm not sure whether this is displayed correctly, so this needs to be checked. In the end it should be on the doxygen page in the section Module Manuals (e.g. as Chart documentation).
If this is checked, the branch can be integrated in the master.
Mar 21 2019
Pushed new branch T26170-integration-of-rest-module.