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   * **SVM**\\ The [[main:​svmsigma | SVM sigma value]] should match the SVM sigma value of the you wish to use for future dose estimation using this curve. Please view the [[main:​svmsigma | sigma value]] page for recommended sigma values to select.   * **SVM**\\ The [[main:​svmsigma | SVM sigma value]] should match the SVM sigma value of the you wish to use for future dose estimation using this curve. Please view the [[main:​svmsigma | sigma value]] page for recommended sigma values to select.
   * **Applied image selection model**\\ The [[main:​imageselectionmodel | image selection model]] selected here should match the image selection model chosen during future dose estimation.   * **Applied image selection model**\\ The [[main:​imageselectionmodel | image selection model]] selected here should match the image selection model chosen during future dose estimation.
-  * **Input Response-Dose data to create a curve**\\ At least three samples must be input to the dose-response list. For each sample, both dose and response must be input. To add a new sample click "​Import",​ select the appropriate calibration sample and [[main:​svmsigma | SVM Sigma value]], and a new entry will appear the dose-response list. Dose is represented in Gray (Gy) units and is known based on the exposure of the calibration sample. For example, if a calibration sample was exposed to radiation at 2 Gy, 2 should be entered in the dose field. The "​Import"​ functionality automatically retrieves DC/Cell of the sample at the specified SVM Sigma value. Double clicking dose or response fields allows the field to be edited if necessary.\\ If desired, all fields can be entered manually by clicking "​Input"​. Response (DC/Cell) can be found in the console after clicking a [[main:​processedsample | processed sample]] in the sample list within the [[main:​mainGUI | main GUI]]. DC/Cell values are present for sigma values in the range 0.8 to 1.8. The appropriate DC/Cell value to enter corresponds to the [[main:​svmsigma | SVM sigma value]] you have chosen to use. Dose-response entries can be removed by clicking a dose-response row and clicking "​Remove"​. After entering all desired dose-response entries, "​Validate"​ must be clicked before the "​OK"​ button will be enabled. "​Validate"​ ensures the contents of the Dose-Response list are numeric. ​+  * **Input Response-Dose data to create a curve**\\ At least three samples must be input to the dose-response list. For each sample, both dose and response must be input. To add a new sample click "​Import",​ select the appropriate calibration sample and [[main:​svmsigma | SVM Sigma value]], and a new entry will appear the dose-response list. Dose is represented in Gray (Gy) units and is known based on the exposure of the calibration sample. For example, if a calibration sample was exposed to radiation at 2 Gy, 2 should be entered in the dose field. The "​Import"​ functionality automatically retrieves DC/Cell of the sample at the specified SVM Sigma value.\\ \\ Double clicking dose or response fields allows the field to be edited if necessary. ​For each sample to be edited, double click on the dose or response column, which will select the text to be changed. Anything typed while the field is selected will overwrite what was previously present. This process may be repeated in order to edit fields as necessary.\\ ​\\ If desired, all fields can be entered manually by clicking "​Input"​. Response (DC/Cell) can be found in the console after clicking a [[main:​processedsample | processed sample]] in the sample list within the [[main:​mainGUI | main GUI]]. DC/Cell values are present for sigma values in the range 0.8 to 1.8. The appropriate DC/Cell value to enter corresponds to the [[main:​svmsigma | SVM sigma value]] you have chosen to use. Dose-response entries can be removed by clicking a dose-response row and clicking "​Remove"​.\\ \\ After entering ​or importing ​all desired dose-response entries, "​Validate"​ must be clicked before the "​OK"​ button will be enabled. "​Validate"​ ensures the contents of the Dose-Response list are numeric ​and are greater than zero. 
   * **Click "​OK"​ and save curve**\\ The curve is now created and has been added to the workspace. If you would like to save the curve for future use after the current session, you can save it now. Alternatively,​ it can be saved later by clicking the {{file:​icon:​diskette.png?​nolink&​20}} icon.   * **Click "​OK"​ and save curve**\\ The curve is now created and has been added to the workspace. If you would like to save the curve for future use after the current session, you can save it now. Alternatively,​ it can be saved later by clicking the {{file:​icon:​diskette.png?​nolink&​20}} icon.
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main/calibrationcurve.txt · Last modified: 2019/06/26 16:28 by bshirley