GPI


Graphical Programming Interface

GPI version 1.1 has arrived!

A new release is here! GPI version 1.1 is now available, along with version 2.0 of the GPI core nodes. For the most part, the look and feel of GPI should remain unchanged to the end user. But...


Linux on Windows 10 with support for GPI: An Easy way for reading and converting Philips MR rawdata

Linux on Windows 10 with support for GPI: An Easy way for reading and converting Philips MR rawdata (Note: a video version of this tutorial is available at this link) The installation of a Linux...


ISMRM Demo: CS with BART in GPI

As part of our GPI demo at at the ISMRM 2019 Open-Source Software Tools for MR Pulse Design, Simulation & Reconstruction Weekend Course, we've revived an example of BART working inside GPI. This...


ISMRM Demo Primer

GPI is going to be presented at the ISMRM 2019 Open-Source Software Tools for MR Pulse Design, Simulation & Reconstruction Weekend Course. The format of this session will be to allow developers to...


GPI on Windows?!

GPI is developed at the BNI on Mac and Linux platforms. We typically don't develop our MR methods on Windows and therefore have limited experience with this. Fortunately, the nice folks at Philips...


GPI and the BART

Recently, the BORG has been used to wrap the Berkeley Advanced Reconstruction Toolbox (BART) into a GPI node library for the purpose of allowing GPI users to easily explore and utilize this new...


GPI v1 Release

The GPI version 1-beta is available for download! This version marks some major framework changes with the transition to Python 3, packaging via Anaconda.org, PyFI API support for the Eigen...


Editor's Pick!

The GPI article entitled "Graphical programming interface: A development environment for MRI methods" has been chosen as one of the MRM Editor's Picks for November! There is also a short interview...


Installing Node Libraries

One of the nicest features of GPI is how easy it is to add a library and begin using new nodes. Whether the library contains nodes and networks you created, or code from a collaborator or...


Philips Raw Data Reader

The Philips raw data reader node, for MR data, is now available as a binary release. Users of the Philips raw data formats can directly import the raw data into GPI and start investigating. Thanks...


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