[vtkusers] R: R: [VtkUsers] VMTK
samuele.zampini at epfl.ch
Thu Jul 30 04:12:32 EDT 2009
first of all thanks for your precious help.
Anyway, for sure I will have a look in Daniel's code. I am sure it'll help.
Also, for the GUI I don't have degrees of freedom: I have tu use GTK since I am
working on something still existing and written using gtk. :-)
Also, I am finding it difficult to open a vmtk window in my GUI.
I know it should be pretty much like opening a vtk window (the same, you told me)
but there's something wrong in what I do.
I have to improve my skills with the code.
Thanks a lot,
Da: Luca Antiga [luca.antiga at gmail.com]
Inviato: mercoledì 29 luglio 2009 13.13
A: Zampini Samuele
Cc: Daniel Haehn; vtkusers at vtk.org
Oggetto: Re: [vtkusers] R: [VtkUsers] VMTK
whether or not you want to use Slicer or to develop in Python, check
out Daniel's code:
it's very readable and it will give you good directions on how to use
the VTK filters provided
As Daniel wrote, all data structures and classes provided by vmtk are
Therefore before diving in vmtk, I strongly suggest that you learn the
VTK basics (check out
VTK/Examples and the VTK User's Guide if you want).
As for the GUI, it's a tough choice. The main possibilities are
KWWidgets - used by Slicer (www.slicer.org), full VTK integration
Qt - easy VTK integration, lots of examples. Used by Paraview (www.paraview.org
In addition, you have
I hope this provides you with the initial directions.
If you have vmtk-specific questions, please post them on the vmtk-
users mailing list
For all VTK-related issues, this is the right way to go.
On Jul 29, 2009, at 12:37 PM, Zampini Samuele wrote:
> Hi friends,
> as I wrote befere, I have fount the link Daniel sent me very
> interetsting. But there's a question.
> Is thre some code writte in c/c++ instead of in Python???
> This could help me very much.
> Thanks a lot,
> Da: Daniel Haehn [haehn at bwh.harvard.edu]
> Inviato: mercoledì 29 luglio 2009 11.23
> A: Zampini Samuele
> Cc: vtkusers at vtk.org
> Oggetto: Re: [vtkusers] [VtkUsers] VMTK
> Hi Samuele,
> VMTK is already a VTK application.
> Maybe you want to take a look at http://www.vmtk.org/Main/VmtkIn3DSlicer
> - a project aiming to bring VMTK to 3D Slicer, which is an open-source
> application for image analysis (also VTK based).
> On Wed, 2009-07-29 at 10:56 +0200, Zampini Samuele wrote:
>> Dear Friends,
>> I want to try to make VMTK (www.vmtk.org) with VTK & GTK.
>> Do you know any good reference for such a job?
>> Thanks for help,
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