Less commonly mentioned but interesting GNU software for Unix-like operating systems.
As developers, we probably are familiar with software like gzip, GIMP, GCC, Emacs, ed, etc. They are part of GNU software and are either bundled or can be installed easily in any Unix-like operating system.
In this article, let’s explore a few less commonly mentioned but interesting GNU software.
It uses the Guix package and system manager which provides state-of-the-art package management features such as transactional upgrades and roll-backs, reproducible build environments, unprivileged package management, and per-user profiles.
The GNU Health project provides the tools for individuals, health professionals, institutions, and governments to proactively assess and improve the underlying determinants of health, from the socioeconomic agents to the molecular basis of disease. From primary health care to precision medicine.
Few main components that make up the GNU Health ecosystem:
Hospital Management Information System (HMIS)
GNU Health HMIS component is standard-based, and it provides over 40 packages/modules (primary care, obstetrics & gynecology, pediatrics, surgery, LIMS, genetics, diagnostic imaging, reporting, etc) to fit your institution needs.