[Gate-users] LMF file analysis

Andrej Studen Andrej.Studen at ijs.si
Fri Oct 14 14:07:50 CEST 2016

Interestingly, I was just trying out the STIR's Gate interface. Left a 
comment at github.



On 10/14/16 13:37, Thielemans, Kris wrote:
> Dear Mariarita
> LMF support in STIR has never worked. Nobody put in the “final mile”. 
> If you’re interested in helping that going, please send an email to 
> stir-devel at lists.sourceforge.net 
> <mailto:stir-devel at lists.sourceforge.net>. It shouldn’t be a major 
> effort if you’re familiar with C++, CMake and all that.
> On the other hand, Nikos Efthimiou has just added ROOT support to 
> STIR. It’s still only available from our development version at 
> https://github.com/UCL/STIR. You could try to give that a go. If you 
> find any problems with that, please file an Issue on github.
> I’m not sure what you’re saying about STIR_Matlab. This is all still a 
> bit experimental of course. Python support is much more stable. Did 
> you check the STIR Wiki? In any case, STIR questions should go to the 
> STIR mailing lists.
> Good luck
> Kris Thielemans
> Reader in Medical Imaging Physics at University College London,
> Institute of Nuclear Medicine, UCL Hospital, Tower 5,
> 235 Euston Road, London NW1 2BU, UK
> *From:*Gate-users 
> [mailto:gate-users-bounces at lists.opengatecollaboration.org] *On Behalf 
> Of *Mariarita s
> *Sent:* 14 October 2016 10:32
> *To:* gate-users at lists.opengatecollaboration.org
> *Subject:* [Gate-users] LMF file analysis
> Dear all,
> recently I have started working with Gate simulation, I had simulated 
> a PET system, in particular for small animals using example_PET with 
> the PET_CylindricalPET_System.mac, by changing the characteristics of 
> the system as my reference experimental setup. I have added the LMF 
> commands in order to obtain a phantom image to compare with the 
> experimental one.
> About that I tried to use STIR, so I installed STIR_Matlab, but there 
> are many problems because the program doesn’t recognize the STIR and 
> swig libraries, even if the library paths are added.
> So, I would ask you, how can I analyze the .ccs file?  I would analyze 
> the information obtained from .ccs file and “transform them” in order 
> to obtain a PET image.
> Thanks so much,
> Yours sincerely
> Mariarita
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