GPU-accelerated image processing using CUDA
GPU-accelerated image processing using cupy and CUDA
This napari plugin adds some menu entries to the Tools menu. You can recognize them with their suffix
(n-cupy) in brackets.
Furthermore, it can be used from the napari-assistant graphical user interface.
Therefore, just click the menu
Tools > Utilities > Assistant (na) or run
naparia from the command line.
You can also call operations from python, e.g. as shown in this demo notebook.
Follow the instructions for installing cupy on your computer first.
conda install -c conda-forge cupy
Afterwards, you can install
napari-cupy-image-processing via pip:
pip install napari-cupy-image-processing
A more detailed example for installation (change 11.2 to your desired CUDA version):
conda create --name cupy_p39 python=3.9 conda activate cupy_p39 conda install -c conda-forge cupy cudatoolkit=11.2 napari pip install napari-cupy-image-processing
Contributions are very welcome. Adding cupy ndimage functions is quite easy as you can see in the implementation of the current operations. If you need another function in napari, just send a PR. Please make sure the tests pass locally before submitting a PR.
pip install pytest-cov pytest-qt pytest --cov=napari_cupy_image_processing
This napari plugin was generated with Cookiecutter using with @napari's cookiecutter-napari-plugin template.
Distributed under the terms of the MIT license, "napari-cupy-image-processing" is free and open source software
If you encounter any problems, please file an issue along with a detailed description.
- 27 August 2022
- 22 October 2021
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