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<b>2011/09/24:</b>  A first data set for particle fluence spectra has been uploaded. These are preliminary data and for the moment only intended to debug workflow which currently in development for release 0.5.2. See download section.<br>
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<b>2011/09/24:</b>  A first data set for particle fluence spectra has been uploaded. These are preliminary data (v0.0.0) and for the moment only intended to debug workflow which currently in development for release 0.5.2. See download section.<br>
<b>2011/08/11:</b>  Release 0.5.1 is available - the main changes are the availability of multiple sources for stopping power data and better portability of the R package.<br>
<b>2011/08/11:</b>  Release 0.5.1 is available - the main changes are the availability of multiple sources for stopping power data and better portability of the R package.<br>
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Revision as of 08:55, 24 September 2011

Libamtrack

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Latest news

2011/09/24: A first data set for particle fluence spectra has been uploaded. These are preliminary data (v0.0.0) and for the moment only intended to debug workflow which currently in development for release 0.5.2. See download section.
2011/08/11: Release 0.5.1 is available - the main changes are the availability of multiple sources for stopping power data and better portability of the R package.

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Useful information

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Acknowledgements

This work was partly funded by the HGF within the Virtual Institute 'Translating hadron therapy from basic research to clinical application'.

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