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PUMA Repository to run in Linux online
DESCRIPTIONThe PUMA Repository is a collection of Pascal units for medical informatics. It contains reusable source code for a wide field of health-care application development. The code includes a support engine for the European Data Format (EDF and EDF+), converting functions for units of measurement and an HL7 engine.
PUMA is compatible with Lazarus and Free Pascal. Some of the units also support other Pascal implementations including Delphi, winsoft Pocket Studio and other compilers.
- Reusable code
- Includes demo-applications
- In-built error-handling
- Test cases for FPCUnit
- BSD license for both FOSS and commercial projects
- Curated by SciScrunch, Zenodo and OpenAIRE
- Compatible with Lazarus / Free Pascal and partly also with Delphi and RAD Studio
- DOI 10.5281/zenodo.1304358 (UnitConverter), 10.5281/zenodo.1304362 (HL7 Engine) and 10.5281/zenodo.1476206 (EDFplus Engine)
Healthcare Industry, Advanced End Users, Developers
Pascal, Delphi/Kylix, Object Pascal, Lazarus, Free Pascal
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