Graphical programming interface: A development environment for MRI methods.

@article{Zwart2015GraphicalPI,
  title={Graphical programming interface: A development environment for MRI methods.},
  author={Nicholas Ryan Zwart and James G. Pipe},
  journal={Magnetic resonance in medicine},
  year={2015},
  volume={74 5},
  pages={
          1449-60
        }
}
PURPOSE To introduce a multiplatform, Python language-based, development environment called graphical programming interface for prototyping MRI techniques. METHODS The interface allows developers to interact with their scientific algorithm prototypes visually in an event-driven environment making tasks such as parameterization, algorithm testing, data manipulation, and visualization an integrated part of the work-flow. Algorithm developers extend the built-in functionality through simple code… CONTINUE READING

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