The visualization in biomedical applications includes diverse objects in a wide rank of scale, from molecules and cells to physiological, biomechanical and biophysical parts of the body, their anatomy and
properties. The design of intuitive graphical interfaces that allow users to fastly select parameters is a key factor for the usability of visualization applications. Nevertheless, this task is often relegated to a secondary plane in software development. This largely contributes to the fast lapsing of these applications. In this article, we described the design of the library BioMedIGU, a
tool conceived to make easier the development of biomedical applications interfaces and reinforces their reusability. An example of its use for the visualization platform HipoVis it is also shown.
CitationAbellán, P., Vergés, E., Tost, D. "Design of graphical interfaces for biomedical applications". 2005.
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