Getting started and qCal onboarding
Frequently Asked qCal Questions
How does qCal-MR process my scan data?
qCal-MR uses various, industry-standard protocols for ADC, ADC SNR, wCV, RC, T1 VFA, and T1 SNR for CaliberMRI Diffusion and Breast phantoms. Click here to read more.
How does qCal-MR store my data?
Any data uploaded to the site may be accessed and used by CaliberMRI.
Why are my series calculations labeled with yellow and/or red triangles?
A yellow triangle indicates that your series calculations are not entirely compliant with qCal-MR’s protocols. However, this does not mean that you cannot use these calculations; we suggest using the series calculations with caution.
A red triangle indicates that your series calculations are not compliant with qCal-MR’s protocols. This data should not be used.
Why am I not able to share my Study?
You may not be able to share your Study because you have not put your Study into a folder yet. A Study can only be shared when it is placed in a folder. Click here to read more.
If your Study is placed in a folder and you are not able to share it, please email qCal-MR support at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Which scanners does qCal-MR support? What if my scanner is not supported?
- Philips Medical Systems Ingenia
- Philips Medical Systems Achieva
- Siemens Skyra
- Siemens Prisma Fit
- Siemens Espree
- Siemens Triotim
- GE Medical Systems Signa Premier
- GE Medical Systems Signa Hdxt
- GE Medical Systems Discovery Mr750
If your scanner is not on this list, please continue to upload your data. Data from unsupported scanners will be sent to the qCal-MR team for review and approval!
Which imaging phantoms can be used with qCal-MR?
Currently, qCal-MR is only compatible with CaliberMRI’s Diffusion Phantom and Breast Phantom. We are currently working on making qCal-MR compatible with our System Phantom.
Imaging phantoms developed by other manufacturers are not supported at this time.