Ashita Project Alpha 0.03
Ashita Project is a mammogram malignancy discernment program.
Mammography is an imperfect art. Many times, a patient may be misdiagnosed by a physician due to human error, or inability, caused by the mammogram's lack of detail and perhaps a lower quality image. Also, it is very common for doctors to mistake healthy, but dense breast tissue for cancerous material.
Ashita Project provides several tools that allows doctors to be able to differentiate between healthy and cancerous materials, and also allows them to find potential problem areas. The program provides two scanning modes, one manual, and one automatic. The manual scanning mode lets the doctor mouse over the mammogram image and outputs brightness values, risk levels, etc., to the user. The automatic scanning mode takes two coordinate inputs from the doctor, one of normal tissue, and one of irregular, to see if the irregular tissue is malignant or not.
Other small tools include a built in minimal text editor and a screenshot utility.