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main:estimatedose [2017/05/19 14:31]
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 ====== Estimate dose ====== ====== Estimate dose ======
-For most purposes, the end goal of ADCI software is to provide the estimated radiation dose (in Gy) of test samples. In order to generate the estimated dose, processed samples and a calibration curve must be present. Alternatively,​ dose estimation can also be performed on dicentric frequency alone without the presence of a curve. ​However, when entering dicentric frequency alone, the [[main:​doseestimationwizard | dose estimation wizard]] cannot be used. +For most purposes, the end goal of ADCI software is to provide the estimated radiation dose (in Gy) of test samples. In order to generate the estimated dose, processed samples and a calibration curve must be present. Alternatively,​ dose estimation can also be performed on dicentric frequency alone without the presence of a curve. ​  
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 +<WRAP round info> 
 +When performing dose estimationit is generally preferable to use the [[main:​doseestimationwizard | dose estimation wizard]] ​instead of manually importing/​entering values as described on this page. The wizard seamlessly prompts you to select a [[main:​calibrationcurve | calibration curve]] and [[main:​processedsample | processed samples]] and applies the same [[main:​imageselectionmodel | image selection model]] to the samples that was used when generating the curve. However, to examine dicentric frequency alone without the presence of a curve, the dose estimation wizard ​cannot be used and a method to do so is described below. 
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 +</​WRAP>​
  
 ===== Dose calculator ===== ===== Dose calculator =====
main/estimatedose.txt · Last modified: 2018/02/02 15:48 by bshirley