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SimPET (sim-pet.org) is an open, efficient, and user‐friendly online platform for the generation of synthetic brain PET datasets.
The platform offers the ability to generate realistic activity and attenuation maps from patient's PET/CT and MRI images. These maps can then be simulated, and sinograms and simulated images can be downloaded.
More advanced features can be obtained by using the SimPET scripts:
https://github.com/txusser/simpet (New version pre-alpha)
You can also upload your own phantoms to simulate. Currently the platform incorporates MC models for the GE Advance, GE Discovery ST and Siemens mCT. More models are on the way.
You can also access all the previously simulated datasets from the dev team to test your quantification pipeline (Files section in this page).
This project is an open collaboration between IDIS (www.idisantiago.es), Qubiotech (www.qubiotech.es), and FGUMA (www.fguma.es).
- MC simulation made simple
- Generate your own datasets of simulated brain PET images
- Obtain realistic simulated datasets from the dev team
- Works with DICOM and NifTI formats
- Available in all major web browsers
Unix Shell, Python, C++, C
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