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==[[News archive|Latest news]]==
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<b>2014/07/08:</b> New release (0.5.5). Tabulated RDDs possible, energy loss distributions added.<br>
<b>2013/01/21:</b> New release (0.5.4). Again to comply with the latest requirements for the R package version of libamtrack (good practice in .onLoad and .onAttach)<br>
<b>2013/01/21:</b> New release (0.5.4). Again to comply with the latest requirements for the R package version of libamtrack (good practice in .onLoad and .onAttach)<br>
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<b>2012/04/27:</b> New release (0.5.3). This was not due to any major evolution of the code but rather to comply with the latest requirements for the R package version of libamtrack (avoiding array over-run.)<br>
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libamtrack (avoiding array over-run.)<br>
==[[Download]]==
==[[Download]]==
Download the latest release of libamtrack for various operating systems and software environments.<br>
Download the latest release of libamtrack for various operating systems and software environments.<br>

Revision as of 10:06, 9 July 2014

Libamtrack

For more information on the project, amorphous track modeling, and additional features click here
An open list for suggestions of new features is found here.

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Latest news

2014/07/08: New release (0.5.5). Tabulated RDDs possible, energy loss distributions added.
2013/01/21: New release (0.5.4). Again to comply with the latest requirements for the R package version of libamtrack (good practice in .onLoad and .onAttach)
libamtrack (avoiding array over-run.)

Download

Download the latest release of libamtrack for various operating systems and software environments.

Documentation and Support

Manuals, reference database, mailing list and feedback.

Development

Information and links on the ongoing development of libamtrack.

Useful information

Resources related to amorphous track modeling.

Acknowledgements

This work was partly funded by the HGF within the Virtual Institute 'Translating hadron therapy from basic research to clinical application' (VH-VI-303).

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