(Planar imaging) #8 Reference image analysis did not work.
(Catphan) #9 Unable to save results to the database because of an error in the passing of variable to html.
(Winston-Lutz) #10 The Winkler diagram was wrong. For gantry angles 180 and 90 the x axis inversion was not taken into account.
(plotly.jy) Plotting in certain situations did not work in Chrome. Removed “scattergl”.
QAserver has been renamed to pyqaserver and is now part of PyPI.
(Winston Lutz) #2 With Use Pylinac? checked the clip box option did not work.
(Winston Lutz) Non-integer angles for Pylinac are now rounded to integers.
(General) #3 It was not possible to collect anonymized images from Orthanc because date/time were empty strings.
(Catphan) #6 Fixed how LCV tolerance is applied.
(Picket Fence) #7 Red cross is now showing Pylinac’s CAX, that is the center of the image shifted by the XRayImageReceptorTranslation.
Added the option of selecting images within a series.
Changed the colormap for image display so that the BB is more visible on low contrast images. Users can choose from several mpl colormaps.
Added image numbers when Use Pylinac? is checked so that it is possible to follow Pylinac’s ordering.
Changed how EPID dots are shown on the scatter plot. Now they are relative to the field CAX, instead of the BB.
Users can now disable yellow dots on the scatter plot.
Added a dot on the profiles that follow the crosshair. Also, crosshair position and pixel values are printed in a separate table.
Changing window/level now also changes profile plot ranges.
Added the option of calculating pixel value histograms.
Added pixel value data for current mouse position.
Changed the colormap for image display so that the ROIs are more easily seen. Users can choose from several mpl colormaps.
Location of the database folder can now be defined in the configuration file.
Added several search options.
Added histograms for error distributions.
Prettytable module is no longer used to produce HTML strings, Pandas is used instead.
Added image description. The text is copied from RTImageDescription Dicom tag from the last instance in the series.
The initial release.