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    11= Welcome to the VeSPA Project (Versatile Simulation, Pulses and Analysis) =
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    3 VeSPA is a free software suite composed of three magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) applications called Simulation, RFPulse and Analysis. These powerful tools are for magnetic resonance (MR) spectral simulation, MR RF pulse design, and spectral processing and analysis of MR data.
     3VeSPA is a free software suite composed of magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) applications called Simulation, RFPulse, Priorset and Analysis. These powerful tools are for magnetic resonance (MR) spectral simulation, MR RF pulse design, simulated MRS data creation and spectral processing and analysis of MR data.
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    55The VeSPA suite is a significant rewrite of three existing MRS software tools [http://cds.ismrm.org/ismrm-2003/0852.pdf IDL-GAVA/Gamma], IDL-Vespa, and [http://www.mmrrcc.upenn.edu/downloads/matpulse.html MatPulse]. VeSPA enhances and extends their capabilities and provides a free, integrated, open source, and open development platform.
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    7 VeSPA's applications run separately, yet can communicate via a shared database of objects and results. One example of inter-application sharing is that ''Simulation'' can make use of an radio frequency pulse designed in ''RFPulse'' to create a more realistic MR simulation. The output of ''Simulation'' can in turn be used as improved prior information in ''Analysis'' for a more robust spectral fit of experimentally generated data.
     7VeSPA's applications run separately, yet can communicate via a shared database of objects and results. One example of inter-application sharing is that ''Simulation'' can make use of an radio frequency pulse designed in ''RFPulse'' to create a more realistic MR simulation. The output of ''Simulation'' can in turn be used as improved prior information in ''Analysis'' for a more robust spectral fit of experimentally generated data. ''Simulation'' output can also be used in ''Priorset'' to create user defined MRS data sets with varying amounts of added noise that can be used to test algorithms in ''Analysis''.
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    5454 * [http://scion.duhs.duke.edu/vespa/simulation Simulation - MR spectral simulation and display]
    5555 * [http://scion.duhs.duke.edu/vespa/rfpulse RFPulse - RF pulse design and display]
     56 * [http://scion.duhs.duke.edu/vespa/priorset Priorset - user defined, simulated MRS data]
    5657 * [http://scion.duhs.duke.edu/vespa/analysis Analysis - MRS data processing and analysis]
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