Live tracking of python 3 usage based on a small set of scientific libraries
I’ve shut down the live tracker now but it was an interesting experiment. A screenshot of the app is shown below
Thoughts on web tools for visualisation in medical image analysis research
As computer vision and medical imaging is by its definition visual. I believe it’s really useful to make imaging research as interactive and accessible as possible.
Packaging a python app for Ubuntu using dh-virtualenv
For a while I've been trying to find the best way to package a python app as a debian file that I can distribute for installing on Ubuntu.
I also didn't necessarily want to rely on the python packages that are distributed with the system because with python you tend to get used to having the latest packages installed through pip.
Then I found dh-virtualenv
which is a very neat way of packaging python into debs with the key advantage that these apps are packaged as a virtualenv so that the latest packages can be included without relying on the packages on the system... But system packages can also be used.
In this post I've created an that example illustrates how to package a python script as a .deb using dh-virtualenv. The example can be found on github
This includes all the files necessary to package the example as a deb, where the app we are building into a python package is contained in a single file: