Add patient sex to XLSX exports

Issue #235 resolved
Ed McDonagh created an issue

Patient sex can be useful for things like distinguishing between pelvis protocols for RT prostate and pelvis protocols for RT gynaecological planning scans.

Comments (12)

  1. Ed McDonagh reporter

    Taken return_if_exists out of dx_export and put it into tools/ as return_for_export. Added conversion to unicode, for both strings and decimals etc. Used the function for the common fields in the xlsx DX export, haven't done the per exposure fields yet. Refs #120. Added patient sex to the DX xlsx export, refs #235

    → <<cset 4af59b8c9ce4>>

  2. Ed McDonagh reporter

    Converted the fluoro csv export to allow PID. Seems to work, though test data was anonymised so more testing required. Refs #183. Added sex to RF csv export refs #235

    → <<cset b7de279b44eb>>

  3. Ed McDonagh reporter

    Prepared for pid and user information to come into rfxlsx, changed to filtering data using djangoo-filter, added patient sex to the standard export data (refs #235), changed column resize for date column, though will be wrong again if pid. Refs #183

    → <<cset 5a01cf531dc1>>

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