French AGGIR Calculator is a very small application that calculates the AGGIR score, a medical score that classifies patients into six different degrees of dependence. It is used by doctors and the French administration. You can use this application on the command line, integrate the source into your own project. It is written in pure C/C++ and is cross-compilable.
MultiSlice RTP is a radiotherapy treatment planning and medical image processing system developed for Silicon Graphics MIPS architecture systems and the IRIX operating system (5.3 and above). It allows you to manipulate upto 20 2D CT image slices as one 3D slice and run bulk batch processing algorithms on the images loaded. Written in C and linked against the MOTIF toolkit, it also runs on Xfree/Linux/Lesstif and can load RAW CT images from a CT scanner directly.
Bioconductor is a set of packages for R (a GPLd statistical data analysis language) which focus on bioinformatics data analysis, especially gene expression arrays (Affymetrix, cDNA spotted arrays). There are tools for statistical normalization, differential expression, genomic visualization, and biological annotation. Future work includes implementation and development of better statistical methods, distributed computing, visualization, and extensions to related high-throughput laboratory assays. The primary developers are research statisticians.
ChemoDose is a chemotherapy prescribing calculator for Palm OS devices. It aims to provide all common prescribing functions on a single page. Included functions are ideal body weight, body surface area (Dubois), creatinine clearance (Cockcroft), and dosing by weight, BSA, and Calvert (AUC).