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'''22th Feb 2010: Nomographic News:''' article [http://www.seminoncol.org/article/S0093-7754(09)00228-0/abstract|"What is a real Nomogram"] by Michael W. Kattan and Joe Marasco published in ''Seminars in Oncology''.
 
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Pynomo is a program to create (pdf) nomographs (nomograms) using [http://www.python.org/ Python] interpreter. A nomograph (nomogram) is a graphical solution to an equation.  
 
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Revision as of 20:08, 22 February 2010

Example nomograph
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22th Feb 2010: Nomographic News: article "What is a real Nomogram" by Michael W. Kattan and Joe Marasco published in Seminars in Oncology. Pynomo nomographs with python.png

Pynomo is a program to create (pdf) nomographs (nomograms) using Python interpreter. A nomograph (nomogram) is a graphical solution to an equation.


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19th October, 2009: Release 0.2.2 is out. pynomo.org site documentation will be updated.

20th October, 2009: Article "Creating Nomograms with the PyNomo Software" by Ron Doerfler released for release 0.2.2.

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PyNomo is written by Leif Roschier. PyNomo is open source and free software licensed under the GNU GPL Version 3.