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If my goal is to build a phantom in geant4 from dicom data with organs contoured and assigned chemical composition, could I use the dicom.cc program to make the .g4dcm files which have voxel location and material data on them and them use that file to create an ascii geometry setup?
It sounds clunky, but also straightforward and suited for my need to assign each voxel box in an organ structure different atomic compositions.
I'd write the ascii files using matlab, which I'm more familiar with. Totally new to Geant4 and C++.