v4.0 is released.
Open source CT reconstruction
MuhRec is an open source CT reconstruction software developed at Paul Scherrer Institut. It has a graphical user interface that guides the user through the tuning of the reconstruction. Several preprocessing algorithms are provided for artefact removal and correction of biases introduced by beam hardening and scattering.
We can now proudly announce that the 2018-I release of MuhRec (v4.0) is available for download at GitHub
The big news in this release are:
- A revised user interface.
- The user manual has moved to a wiki and we have started to produce tutorial videos.
- A method to correct for the effect of scattering based on the paper https://doi.org/10.1364/OE.26.015769.
- A method to correct for the effect of scattering based on the paper https://doi.org/10.1364/OE.26.01576.9.
Further information about the release can be found at the release page on GitHub.
We would also like to announce that this version will be used during the preconference school of the World Conference on Neutron Radiography in Sydney this September.
We hope you enjoy the new release.
The MuhRec development team
Anders and Chiara
(by Kichanov Sergey)
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