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JuliaHealth

This is the website for the JuliaHealth organization.

We use the Julia programming language to improve medicine, health care, public health, and biomedical research.

Visit us on GitHub: https://github.com/JuliaHealth

Post in the Biology, Health, and Medicine category on Discourse.

Join us in the #biology-health-and-medicine stream on Zulip.

Chat with us in the #health-and-medicine channel on Slack. (Get a Slack invite here.)

JuliaHealth packages

Here is a list of Julia packages in the JuliaHealth organization:

PackageDescription
ARules.jlJulia package for association rule learning
BioMedQuery.jlJulia utilities for interacting with biomedical databases and biomedical application programming interfaces (APIs)
CAOS.jlJulia implementation of the characteristic attribute organization system (CAOS) algorithm
CTakesParser.jlJulia package to parse the output of Apache cTAKES (clinical text analysis and knowledge extraction system)
DICOM.jlJulia package for reading and writing DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine) files
DICOMClient.jlJulia client for connecting to DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine) servers by using the DICOMweb RESTful services
DateShifting.jlReduce re-identification risk while preserving temporal relationships in health data sets
FHIRClient.jlJulia client for connecting to FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources) servers and building SMART on FHIR applications
HealthBase.jlCommon namespace for all packages in the JuliaHealth ecosystem
MTIWrapper.jlJulia wrapper to the Medical Text Indexer (MTI) application programming interface (API)
OMOPCommonDataModel.jlPure Julia implementation of the OMOP Common Data Model (CDM)
PharmaceuticalClassification.jlMappings between different systems for classifying medications
PubMedMiner.jlJulia package for studying co-occurrences in PubMed articles

BioJulia

Our colleagues in the BioJulia organization use Julia in biology, bioinformatics, and computational biology. Check out their website and visit them on GitHub.