Yes, ITK has greatly evolved since then, and this is something that was not complete at the time, so I should have a look at that.
Thanks @nbob. If you feel like you want to give it a try, you can start having a look at more simple examples to see how the framework is designed to pick up the code, show the images, etc.
Other than this specific case, examples demonstrating the many other ITK classes are also more than welcome .
We grant that we should add a
CONTRIBUTING file to the documentation.
Kevin’s example is a little bit more complex since it has many parts that I decided to split and put into (hopefully) re-usable files/methods. But last time I gave the example a try, I was not able not reproduce the results on the Kaggle website, and had issues with some Python statements. I should revisit that to see how things are now.