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Hello all. I am still quite a new user, and I have a project that I am currently involved in where I am voxelizing CT data, then taking an activity map from a nuclear medicine imaging device, and I need to calculate the dose distribution throughout the voxels. My question is is there a way to take this map (just an input file of values - number of counts) and develop a generator class to place a different number of particles in each voxel. Each on of these voxels will need to in turn be associated with a radionuclide (I was thinking about the RDM) and simluated. If anyone out there has any direction for me, I will be eternally grateful! Thanks in advance,
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