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Re: [SCIRUN-USERS] potential field generation

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  • From: Rob MacLeod <>
  • To: Shu Meng <>
  • Cc: Rob MacLeod <>,
  • Subject: Re: [SCIRUN-USERS] potential field generation
  • Date: Thu, 27 Jun 2019 22:38:12 -0600

Dear Shu,

Thanks for the inquiry.

Do you know about our CEI (Consortium for ECG Imaging) and the EDGAR database that contains validation data sets?

Perhaps have a look and see if some of the EDGAR data would provide some useful validation examples.  There is a bunch of activity around the CEI website that you can also check out.


On Jun 27, 2019, at 17:28 , Shu Meng <> wrote:

Dear SCIRun team,

This is Shu Meng, a postdoctoral research fellow from Auckland Bioengineering Institute working on forward/inverse problem. SCIRun is a very robust software to solve my problems and I have been using it for couple years.

Now I am trying to validate my inverse solution solved by some other numerical approach, I'm wondering can I do this in SCIRun:

Using the module "GenerateSinglePointProbeFromField", I can generate artifical potential values based on their distance from surface, but it is only for one time step. Is there any module I can use to generate a time-varying signal which looks like a EGM? Or maybe I didn't use  "GenerateSinglePointProbeFromField" correctly? So that I can generate a "gold standard" potential field to compare with my inverse solutions.

Thank you and looking forward to your reply.

KInd regards,


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