Prior Knowledge: soft constraints

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  • #2017

    Bernhard Neumayer
    Participant

    Hi!

    I am currently fitting some inconventient peaks and it took me some time to find a combination of several peaks to get a nice result using AMARES. Since I have several thousand spectra I am running everything in batch mode.

    I have two main peaks and the difference between them seems to vary a little between the measurements and so I used a soft constraint for that. Results: great! However, only as long as I fit the spectra manually.
    As soon as I save the .pk file and re-open it the frequency is set to “estimated” again and therefore, running in batch mode does not use that correct prior knowledge either.

    Anyone else experienced this?

    Best regards,
    Bernhard

    Bernhard Neumayer
    Medical University of Graz
    Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Clinical Forensic Imaging

    #2018

    Michal Jablonski
    Moderator

    Dear Bernhard Neumayer

    Which version of jMRUI are you using?

    So far I was not able to reproduce your problem. Could you give me more details?

    Thanks you

    Michal Jablonski
    jMRUI development team

    #2019

    Bernhard Neumayer
    Participant

    Dear Michal,

    Thanks for your reply. I tried this in jMRUI 5.1 and 5.2 (Windows 10). Maybe some Screenshots are helpful (I hope the links work).

    Image 1: files loaded.
    Image 2: performed a fit, closed the results, set soft constraints for the frequency of the water peak
    Image 3: Save the file
    Image 4: closed AMARES, opened it again and loaded the files. Frequency is set back to ‘estimated’.




    Best regards,
    Bernhard

    • This reply was modified 3 months ago by  Bernhard Neumayer. Reason: Links did not work

    Bernhard Neumayer
    Medical University of Graz
    Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Clinical Forensic Imaging

    #2020

    Michal Jablonski
    Moderator

    Dear Bernhard,

    This problem should have been fixed in version 6.0.

    Could you try with this version?

    MJ

    PS. unfortunately, the links do not work 🙁

    Michal Jablonski
    jMRUI development team

    #2022

    Bernhard Neumayer
    Participant

    I see, thanks for the info. I did not dare to try a new version because I could never load DICOM files from the start when I used a new version and needed support (usually someone of your team sent me a file or an installer).
    I’ll try different settings in the meantime and will install the new version as soon as possible.

    Best regards,
    Bernhard

    Bernhard Neumayer
    Medical University of Graz
    Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Clinical Forensic Imaging

    #2023

    Michal Jablonski
    Moderator

    Dear Bernhard,

    Before updating to version 6.0 could you describe precisely what you did (action by action) so that we could test it as you?

    Could you send us an example data to zc.on1498720702rbisi1498720702@iurm1498720702j1498720702, please include all .pk .op .sv files

    Thank you

    Michal Jablonski
    jMRUI development team

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