About site turkupetcentre.net



IT In 1999 a quality assurance program was started in our centre, aiming to the GLP and GMP standards. Part of this process is the documentation and validation of data analysis processes and software. Since this is a demanding and labour-intensive, continuous process, we felt that the results of this work should be available for scientific use for all researchers in the field of PET. We hope that this would help, not only the beginning of new centres, but also us in developing the software and data analysing methods.

In 2015 the University of Turku started OpenUTU project to encourage and guide Open Science at the University.


If you have questions or comments on the contents of this site, contact Vesa Oikonen ORCID iD icon. On the contents of http://www.turkupetcentre.fi/ please contact Rami Mikkola, or the author of the page in question.


We are not responsible for anything. Most of the software may be freely used and are distributed under GNU PUBLIC LICENCE (GPL); documentation is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 Unported License; for more information on open source licenses see http://opensource.org. We hope that distribution would happen only through Turku PET Centre, to keep version management under control. Although modification for own use is allowed, we hope that you inform us of any bugs that you have found or improvements that you have made.

How these pages were created

PET analysis site is created with nanoc static site generator, and built in Ubuntu Linux. Repository is stored in gitlab.utu.fi/vesoik/petanalysis.

Codes and data for simulations on the site are stored in https://gitlab.utu.fi/vesoik/simulations.

Interactive analysis flowcharts are created with Google Drive Drawings, and saved as SVG. Some figures are made using Inkscape, and, like the most recently made data plots, are also stored in SVG format.

Mathematical equations are written in LaTeX or MathML and displayed using MathJax JavaScript engine. MathJax has a third-party extension mhchem which is used to write chemical equations. Some chemical formulas are created with CharChem written by Peter Winichenko.

Web server

PET analysis page hosted by: webhotelli.fi.

If the main site is down, you can use the Gitlab pages version of the site at https://vesoik.utugit.fi/petanalysis, which is automatically updated each time the contents of gitlab.utu.fi/vesoik/petanalysis repository are updated.

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Updated at: 2023-12-11
Created at: 2013-02-03
Written by: Vesa Oikonen