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# PARAMETER FILE FOR THE PHG BINNING MODULE
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# RUN NAME: tutor1
# CREATED: 3/10/94
# OWNER: Joe SPECT
#
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#
# BINNING OPTIONS
# NOTE that only active parameters are shown here: unused parameters
# are omitted. See the bin_params sample file on the Histogram
# web page for a cmoplete list of available parameters.
#
# Trues/Scatter/Randoms binning options
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#
# scatter_random_parameter of 1 histograms scatter events
# separately from unscattered events. As this is the first
# binning variable, this will be the slowest varying
# index, with the result that the output will consist of
# unscattered event sinograms followed by scattered event
# sinograms
#
INT scatter_random_param = 0
INT min_s = 0
INT max_s = 9
#
# Sinogram binning (distance-angle binning)
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# Z axis binning
#
# This will create 3 2cm thick slices. Slice number will
# be the second most slowly varying index.
#
INT num_z_bins = 3
REAL min_z = -3
REAL max_z = 3
# Transaxial binning.
#
INT num_td_bins = 128
REAL min_td = -36
REAL max_td = 36
# Azimuthal angle bins
#
# As this is the last index parameter mentioned, it will be
# the fastest varying.
#
INT num_aa_bins = 128
#
# Energy binning in keV
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#
# Here we only use the energy binning option to create an energy
# window - only photons in the indicated range will be accepted.
# If we set num_e_bins = 0, even this will be turned off, i.e.,
# no energy windowing would be applied.
#
INT num_e_bins = 1
REAL min_e = 110
REAL max_e = 141
#
# Output files specification
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# Should the output from this simulation be added to output from
# an earlier run? (Only works if the count-, weight-, and
# weight-squared- files have the same file names.)
BOOL add_to_existing_img = false
# Specification of output file data type
#
# Specification of weight and weight-squared image data type
# Weight weight_image_type = 2 for four byte reals
# Weight weight_image_type = 3 for 8 byte reals
INT weight_image_type = 2
# Path to the binned values of photon weights
STR weight_image_path = "tutor1.weight"
# Path to the binned values of photon weights squared.
STR weight_squared_image_path = "tutor1.weight2"
# Path to the binned values of absolute photons count
STR count_image_path = ""