About

What is

Dicoogle

Dicoogle is an opensource Picture Archiving and Communications System (PACS) archive. Its modular architecture allows the quick development of new functionalities, due the availability of a Software Development Kit (SDK).

Applications

Research

Research

With a big list of scientific articles published related to it, Dicoogle's place as a research aid tool is well-established. After the development of Dicoogle by UA.PT Bioinformatics research group, this resource was successfully used as the basis for several other research projects.

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Teaching

Teaching

Dicoogle is the PACS platform of choice to teach Medical Imaging and Computer Science students in University of Aveiro. These MSc students are encouraged to develop small projects that are based on this PACS archive, providing knowledge to community and improvements to Dicoogle.

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Professional

Professional

Dicoogle is used as the core framework in some commercially available platforms in medical imaging. A good example of such use is BMD Software.

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Features

Expansible

Plugin based architecture

SDK ready to boost new features development

Scalable

Tested with over 25 millions of indexed DICOM objects

Simple installation and deployment

Optimized for big data paradigms

DICOM Services

Storage

Query/Retrieve

DICOMWeb

Extensible with additional plugins and modules

Indexing/query Engine

Enable DICOM study retrieval and knowledge extraction with pluggable query providers

Support for complex query/retrieval solutions, such as free text, range based queries over meta-data, and query-by-example

Web User Interface

Web Application compatible with modern browsers

Web Services with an open API for programmatic control

Opensource

Platform Independent (Windows, Linux, Mac)

Free and proprietary plugins are available

Licence: GPL v3

Resources

Dicoogle is a free and opensource software.

The code is available and you can freely contribute to its development.

Dicoogle source code is under GNU General Public License v3.0.