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Latest revision as of 19:04, 3 April 2016

Example nomograph
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March 2012: Nomographic News: article "'Doc, What Are My Chances?" by J. Marasco, R. Doerfler and L. Roschier published in The UMAP Journal 32 (4): 279—298. Full length article downloadable via link.

19th April 2010: Nomographic News: article "The Lost Art of Nomography" by Ron Doerfler published in UMAP Journal. Full length article downloadable via link in Ron's blog article.

22nd Feb 2010: Nomographic News: article "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 Python interpreter. A nomograph (nomogram) is a graphical solution to an equation. See article "Creating Nomograms with the PyNomo Software" by Ron Doerfler released for release 0.2.2.

For latest code, see github. New documentation under development at pynomo-doc.

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2nd April, 2016: pyNomo playground beta is out. There one can test scripts without installing the software locally.


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