CERR (pronounced 'sir') is a software platform for developing and sharing research results in radiation therapy treatment planning.
CERR is written in the widely-used Matlab language (version 7.0 or later), allowing for low-cost development of visualization and analysis tools.
CERR will import and display treatment plans from a wide variety of commercial or academic treatment planning systems (including both the RTOG format and DICOM-RT format).
CERR provides a common filetype for the creation of multi-institutional treatment plan databases for various types of research studies, including dose-volume-outcomes analyses and IMRT treatment planning comparisons.
We recently found a BUG in the PET import. This was related to using rescale slope (calibration factor) for PET within DICOM. This bug has affected previous versions of CERR. In some cases, the SUV max values of the PET image are truncated to lower numbers. The only way to fix previously imported PET data is to download the latest version of CERR and re-import the DICOM data into CERR. We apologize for any inconvenience. Sep, 2012.
Check CERR documentation on CERR Wiki
Download the latest version of MATLAB code on Github: https://github.com/adityaapte/CERR
or use command line: git clone git://github.com/adityaapte/CERR.git
Compiled CERR download: CERR-compiled.
Current version is 4.0 Beta 2
Matlab version 2006A or later for non-compiled version.
1 GB RAM for a small archive. 2 GB RAM recommended.
Matlab Toolboxes are not required.
The current version of CERR has been tested under these combinations of Matlab/OS:
|Matlab 6.1||Matlab 6.5||Matlab 7.0||Matlab 7.11.0|
|Mac OS X|