Resources to assist users of the PyMedPhys library. If you’re experienced with Python but brand new to PyMedPhys, start here.
The Library Users Guide is separated into following sub-categories:
Lessons that take you through complete projects and illustrate what you can achieve by writing PyMedPhys-based Python software.
These are aimed at you if you don’t yet know what you can achieve with PyMedPhys but you would like to learn.
Guides and recipes for common problems and tasks. These are aimed for you if you already know how to use Python and PyMedPhys and are looking for direction on a specific task you are trying to solve.
Technical reference for the PyMedPhys library (modules, functions and classes). This is where you will find listed information for the exposed functionality of the PyMedPhys library.
This is aimed at you if you know exactly the feature you would like to use, you just want to see what inputs it requires and what outputs it gives.
Explanations and discussions of key topics and concepts. This is aimed at you if you are looking to be able to think about PyMedPhys and its implementations at a higher level and understand more about them.