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deploy_tools
docs
openrem
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Added codacy related coverage xml file to gitignore.
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Added display name to each detailed html page. References and fixes issue #542
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Moving files around to conform to a more standardised layout.
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Changing copyright dates
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Simplified recursive include to remove duplication, added top-level files that were previously missed.
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Removed link to quantified code site as it is no longer live.
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Adding deploy to testing.openrem.org for any 'stage' branches. Refs #511
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Removed a load of trailing whitespaces. refs #526
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Adding requirements file that will hopefully a/ make readthedocs work again and b/ read the requirements from setup.py
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Removed a load of trailing whitespaces. refs #526
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passenv needs to be space separated

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OpenREM is a Django app to extract, store and export Radiation Exposure Monitoring related information, primarily from DICOM files.

This is release 0.7.4 containing a few essential fixes. Please review the release notes for details.

Full documentation can be found on Read the Docs: http://docs.openrem.org/, and a demo site can be seen at http://demo.openrem.org; username demo password demo

For upgrades, please review the version release notes. For fresh installs, please review the install docs.

Contribution of code, ideas, bug reports documentation is all welcome. Please feel free to fork the repository and send me pull requests. See the website for more information.

There is a developer demo site, which at times has a working demo of recent code, but might not, and might be broken. It can be found at http://dev.openrem.org; username demo password demo

OpenREM currently ships with charts that use the HighCharts libraries. This is free to use in a non-commercial setting. For other environments please contact Highcharts for licencing. For more information, please see their website, or the Non-Commercial FAQ.