Thanks for reaching out. When you are referring to the notebooks do you mean those within the prototyping directory? Unfortunately all those are just that, “prototypes”, over time they will no longer work and are instead just kept around for reference.
Anything that has had the extra work undergone required to make it be able to be readily reused can be called directly from the library itself. There are some notebooks that are included within the testing suite of PyMedPhys and those are the notebooks that are presented within the documentation:
Other than that, you can utilise some of the reference guides, of which here are some examples:
PyMedPhys also exposes some helpful command line utilities, some examples are available at:
Feel free to write back if you’d like a pointer in a specific direction for a specific task . Also, if you do happen to create a Notebook in the future that you believe would be helpful to newcomers like yourself, it’d be great to be able to include it within either the Tutorial or the How-To guide section of documentation.