Image analysis

FIJI
FIJI

An open-source image processing package. It can be described as a distribution of ImageJ together with Java, Java 3D and a lot of plugins organized into a coherent menu structure.

IMU Macro Development
IMU Macro Development

As part of our support of research projects we often develop ImageJ Macros to enable automated analysis of microscopy data. Here we make them available for use elsewhere.

Adobe Creative Suite
Adobe Creative Suite

Photoshop and Illustrator are the industry standard tools to use for your images after acquisition to prepare them for publication and presentation.

Imaris
Imaris

A complete 3D and 4D visualization package. Load, process and visualize images in any widely accepted image format to gain new insight from your microscopic data. Then present your results in 3D with the advanced movie generator and image export features.

LI-FLIM 1.20
LI-FLIM 1.20

This user friendly program allows you to acquire single and multifrequency lifetime images, process them and analyse by statistics or polar plot. Time series can be used, for which the frequency domain FLIM is highly appropriate because of its fast acquisition possibilities.

MetaMorph
MetaMorph

An image acquisition and processing package, with powerful tools and a visual journaling interface for automating processes and reducing "mouse-clicks".

Olympus FV1000
Olympus FV1000

Enhanced with specialized application modules, the FV1000 confocal software is designed to open and analyze the ".oib" and ".oif " images from the Olympus confocal microscopes.

SoftWoRx
SoftWoRx

The offline version of the software used for acquisition on the GE DeltaVision microscopes for analysis and deconvolution on the ".dv" files.

Zeiss Zen lite and Zeiss Axiovision LE
Zeiss Zen lite and Zeiss Axiovision LE

The "light" versions of their confocal and widefield software to browse your database and view your ".lsm" and ".zvi" images and do some limited image processing.

Cell Profiler
Cell Profiler

A free open-source software designed to enable biologists without training in computer vision or programming to quantitatively measure phenotypes from thousands of images automatically.