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CSIRO Science in Motion GeoPIXE II

Quantitative PIXE Imaging and Analysis Software
GeoPIXE ™ incorporates the Dynamic Analysis method for real-time PIXE/SXRF spectral deconvolution to project quantitative PIXE/SXRF elemental images from list-mode data, and tools for image exploration, spectra extraction for quality control, and for multi-layered targets, using an efficient Windows/Linux graphical user interface.
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Site Map Site Map and Summary: - Navigation map and overview of the CSIRO-GEMOC Nuclear Microprobe web site.
GeoPIXE fit setup GeoPIXE ™ features list: - The GUI interface allows interactive spectrum fitting, list-mode sorting and quantitative image projection using Dynamic Analysis (or simple energy windows, or regions of interest), and quantitative analysis of arbitrary regions and line projections of images (all elements simultaneously). The windows are linked and communicate with each other to provide an efficient interactive PIXE/SXRF analysis and imaging environment.

Version 6 of GeoPIXE ™ has been released. It adds user source for Object oriented Device modules and a user guide for writing and modifying device-specific device drivers.
CSIRO Nuclear Microanalysis The CSIRO-GEMOC Nuclear Microprobe: - The new CSIRO-GEMOC Nuclear Microprobe features a number of technical advances, including a unique high performance lens system, and was designed at the CSIRO and developed in collaboration with the MARC group, University of Melbourne, and the GEMOC key-centre, Macquarie University.
Dynamic Analysis imaging Quantitative Trace Element Imaging: - A powerful algorithm called Dynamic Analysis, developed at the CSIRO for unmixing elemental signatures in proton induced X-ray (PIXE) and synchrotron X-ray fluorescence (SXRF) spectra in real-time, provides a tool for rapid quantitative imaging of trace and major element spatial distribution in minerals.
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