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May 25, 2020, 3:55:43 PM5/25/20
to PyMedPhys
Hi Simon, I'm trying to get access to "" without success. Is there any problem with it?

Best regards

Simon Biggs

May 25, 2020, 5:27:20 PM5/25/20
to Ismail ZERGOUG, PyMedPhys
Hi Ismail,

Some time ago we actually moved the trf2csv library into PyMedPhys ( away from GitLab. The documentation for converting trf files into csv files via the command line tool can be found at

Before being able to use that command line tool you'll need to follow the installation instructions at

The gist of the docs above are that to install you first need to install Python version 3.7 or higher (making sure to add to path), then in a new terminal/command prompt run:

pip install pymedphys

This will install pymedphys with all the batteries included. If you want to just use pymedphys for trf conversion only, you can have a smaller install by running:

pip install numpy pandas
pip install pymedphys --no-deps

After you have installed pymedphys, open a fresh terminal/command prompt, navigate to a directory where you have some trf files and then run:

pymedphys trf to-csv *.trf

Hopefully this helps,
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