[Gate-users] Defining a source to analytical phantom

Zhengzhi Liu zliu36 at stanford.edu
Wed Feb 26 20:32:22 CET 2020

Hi Maya,

I attached the source macro file below. I found it somewhere online, but I
can't find its origination now. It looks the source distribution is all
correct, except for a very small variance of total dose in the upper half
phantom from my calculation. Hope this helps.


On Tue, Feb 25, 2020 at 2:25 AM Malik Garbi, Maya (GE Healthcare) <
Maya.MalikGarbi at ge.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> I want to use IEC phantom in my simulation.
> I found the phantom definition example in github -
> https://github.com/OpenGATE/GateContrib/tree/master/imaging/PhantomSource/Analytical_Phantom
> Does someone know how to define the source for this phantom ?
> or more general, how I can define multiple sources? For example phantom
> with few rods?
> Thanks,
> Maya
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