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ImageSurfer 2.5.1 Linux 64bit
» 190.6 MiB - 28 hits - June 30, 2014
ImageSurfer 2.5.1 Mac 64bit
» 89.1 MiB - 955 hits - June 30, 2014
ImageSurfer 1.27 Windows 32bit
» 40.9 MiB - 37,533 hits - May 4, 2010
Image Surfer v.1.27.
ImageSurfer is a software application used to view stacks of grayscale images, taken from a confocal microscope, as volumes. The user may choose different views--each offering a different interpretation of the data. In turn, the user may interact with the data as a three-dimensional volume or surface.
» 40.9 MiB - 5,825 hits - February 5, 2009
Version 1.24 of ImageSurfer.
» 25.9 MiB - 776 hits - October 28, 2013
Fro Mac OSX 10.5 or newer
» 22.5 MiB - 1,450 hits - September 2, 2013
Video Spot Tracker.
The Video Spot Tracker program is used to track the motion of one or more spots in a set of image files, a video file, from a Microsoft DirectShow-compatible camera, or from some scientific cameras.
See the Video Spot Tracker manual for more information about the program. There are four tutorials available online:
ImageTracker source code
» 21.0 MiB - 226 hits - August 19, 2013
» 7.5 MiB - 5,470 hits - October 21, 2008
ImageTracker is a motion analysis application specifically designed for video microscopy. ImageTracker can stabilize image sequences with respect to moving objects, remove the effect of stationary components from bright field images, and compute and visualize dense displacement fields that explain motion in image sequences (optical flow). New in ImageTracker 3.0 is the ability to apply numerous image filters as well as an improved multi-resolution optical flow implementation.
Microscope Simulator 2.3.0 for Windows XP/7 64-bit
» 25.7 MiB - 423 hits - July 26, 2013
Microscope Simulator enables a scientist to simulate what a given 3D scene should look like under a fluorescence microscope. 3D scenes can be constructed from primitives or imported files in VTK, OBJ, or PLY format. Once a 3D model has been created, you can provide the point spread function (PSF) for a given fluorescence microscope and view simulated fluorescence images. Check out the tutorial.
The Microscope Simulator features an intuitive user interface and a multi-fluorophore optimization algorithm in the FluoroSim module.
For AFM simulation, please use an earlier version (1.3.1 and earlier) of Microscope Simulator.
Microscope Simulator 2.2.1 for Intel MacOS X 10.6
» 52.4 MiB - 325 hits - January 23, 2013
Microscope Simulator 2.2.1 for Windows XP/7 64-bit
» 25.1 MiB - 515 hits - January 23, 2013
Microscope Simulator 2.2.1 for Windows XP/7 32-bit
» 21.4 MiB - 496 hits - January 23, 2013
Microscope Simulator 1.3.1 for Windows XP/7
» 42.6 MiB - 2,053 hits - September 17, 2009
The Microscope Simulator enables a scientist to simulate what a given 3D scene should look like under a fluorescence microscope or an atomic force microscope (AFM). 3D scenes can be constructed from primitives or imported files in VTK, OBJ, PLY, or UNCA format. Once a 3D model has been created, you can provide the point spread function (PSF) for a given fluorescence microscope and view simulated fluorescence images. In addition, you can specify the parameters of a simple AFM tip model and quicky generate a simulated AFM surface scan.
Previous versions are available below:
» 13.7 MiB - 1,168 hits - April 22, 2013
» 16.5 MiB - 902 hits - April 20, 2012
The CISMM Video Optimizer provides contrast and gain control, cropping, and point-based image stabilization on stacks of TIFF files and video files. It also enables simplified background subtraction and the accumulation of minimum, maximum, and average video frames.
» 10.4 MiB - 24,928 hits - July 27, 2010
This utility converts VRPN log files from 3DFM-related programs into a format readable by MATLAB.
» 4.9 MiB - 3,180 hits - October 28, 2010
The CISMM Template-Based Matching program is designed to locate and identify objects within Scanned-Probe Microscope images and produce a file of descriptive statistics about these objects.
» 3.4 MiB - 3,310 hits - December 10, 2008
The Plot Extractor program is used to extract plot data from a TIFF image of a plot or series of plots. The data is saved in comma-separated values (.csv) format, which is readible by a number of programs including Excel and Matlab. The program currently runs only on Windows.
» 99.5 KiB - 4,166 hits - October 29, 2008
Edge Detector 1D is a collection of Matlab scripts that performs multi-scale edge detection on one-dimensional data. The download includes documentation on how to use the program.
Clarity Deconvolution Library 1.0
» 137.3 KiB - 3,542 hits - December 14, 2008
Clarity is an open-source C/C++ library implementing many of the common deconvolution algorithms used in fluorescence microscopy. It is designed specifically for processing 3D images generated from optical sectioning. Clarity uses multithreaded algorithms to make full use of all the cores on modern multi-core computer systems. For even greater performance, the deconvolution algorithms can optionally run on commodity graphics processing units that feature hundreds of computing cores. Support for acceleration on graphics processing units is currently available on NVIDIA graphics cards.
The latest source code is available on GitHub.
WebSlinger source code
» 5.0 MiB - 42 hits - February 17, 2014
webslinger-4.0.1 for Intel Mac
» 63.7 KiB - 694 hits - May 3, 2012
» 494.5 KiB - 3,252 hits - March 7, 2009
WebSlinger v. 4.0.0.
The WebSlinger program is used to simulate the deformation of a 2D web of masses connected by springs. The springs can be linear or nonlinear (with specified strain/force curves). The initial rest length and spring constant can be calculated based on the initial positions of the points and an initial strain estimate.
You can interact with the simulation by pulling on individual masses with the mouse. You can also set trajectories for one or more masses and compute the response of the other masses.
Network Extractor 1.0.0 for Windows XP/7 (64bit)
» 34.3 MiB - 296 hits - July 19, 2013
Network Extractor 1.0.0 for Intel MacOS X 10.5
» 51.8 MiB - 1,706 hits - August 17, 2010
Network Extractor is a program for segmenting and collecting statistics on fibrous objects in 3D images. It has been developed with the specific target of fibrin network images in mind, but can be applied to images of any kind of fibrous object such as collagen or actin networks, for example.
A tutorial for the program is available.
Network Extractor 1.0.0 for Windows XP/7
» 15.7 MiB - 1,976 hits - August 17, 2010
» 123.8 MiB - 1,837 hits - January 15, 2003
Installer for "The Mystery of the Sick Puppy", an instructional module to enhance knowledge about viruses, their structure, and how they replicate.
PSF Estimator 1.1.0 for Windows 7
» 22.8 MiB - 744 hits - October 19, 2012
PSF Estimator is a program for fitting mathematical models of point-spread functions from microscopes to images of fluorescent beads with diameters below the resolution limit imposed by diffraction. Currently, only PSFs from widefield fluorescence microscopes are supported.
Source code is available here.
PSF Estimator 1.1.0 for Intel MacOS X 10.6
» 44.7 MiB - 359 hits - October 19, 2012
PSF Estimator 1.0.0 for Windows XP/7
» 15.5 MiB - 1,812 hits - October 14, 2010
PSF Estimator 1.0.0 for Intel MacOS X 10.5
» 54.9 MiB - 1,554 hits - October 14, 2010
» 7.5 MiB - 1,382 hits - October 17, 2010
The Stereo Spin program is used to display stereo images from a spinning-loop video, making it easy to display stereo content from scientific visualizations or animations that were not originally rendered in stereo. It drives OpenGL stereo hardware if it is available. It can also drive cross-eyed stereo on any computer.
» 40.0 MiB - 1,305 hits - November 9, 2010
The PreAnalysis application will open a vrpn tracker log or a live vrpn tracker connection in order to calculate and display a mean-squared-displacement (MSD) plot.
ChromatinCutter 1.0.0 Mac OS X Universal
» 12.9 MiB - 635 hits - October 13, 2011
» 21.3 MiB - 1,236 hits - May 19, 2011
This program simulates the distribution of DNA in a gel electrophoresis study of Yeast chromatin cut by enzymes. It lets you specify the fraction of nucleosomes that are unwrapped (wrapped ones have inaccessible DNA). It lets you specify the variance in the distribution of nucleosomes around their mean distance. It lets you specify the number of cuts per unit length (enzyme concentration). It plots the effects of these on the log number of base pairs, which matches the gel electrophoresis mass distribution. This provides a way to investigate whether features seen in the distribution are caused by nucleosome unwrapping or by nucleosome position variation.
» 6.4 MiB - 294 hits - May 29, 2012
Camera-calibration program brought to you jointly by CISMM.org and Megawatt Solar, Inc. This tool lets you print out a 2D color pattern that uses red and green to form a grid and blue to identify the grid, so that by selecting a few boundary points and thresholds you can automatically determine the camera's intrinsic and extrinsic parameters. It uses Tsai's coplanar method (source code included) to do the calculations once it has selected the points.
» 27.5 MiB - 905 hits - April 24, 2012
Well Layout 1.2.1
The Well Layout program lets you describe a 96-well experiment using a graphical user interface.
Layouts (and object in them) can be stored in a persistent Postgres SQL database or they can be stored in CSV-format files on a local hard drive.
LmRegistration Matlab Script
» 2.8 MiB - 447 hits - April 2, 2013
This Matlab tool locates fiducials or markers in images from correlative microscopy and estimates transformations from them to achieve image registration.The tutorial is here
Landmark Registration for Windows 64bit (Including Matlab Runtime)
» 178.4 MiB - 324 hits - June 7, 2012
If you don't have Matlab, download this one. Otherwise, you can download Matlab scripts only from below. The tutorial is here
Landmark Registration for MacOSX 10.7 (Including Matlab Runtime)
» 351.0 MiB - 206 hits - June 7, 2012
If you don't have Matlab, download this one. Otherwise, you can download Matlab scripts only from below. The tutorial is here
» 1.4 MiB - 144 hits - February 12, 2013
Matlab source code and PDF manual for the Spindle Simulation published in the 2013 JCB paper "Pericentric Chromatin Loops Function as a Non-linear Spring in Mitotic Force Balance" with Andrew Stephens as the first author. This is a mechanical model of the behavior of the mitotic spindle of yeast during metaphase.
» 126.7 KiB - 123 hits - August 9, 2013
BrightPixel is a plugin/script to Fiji (Fiji Is Just ImageJ) written in Jython that allows the user to track the movement of multiple fluorescent dots in 3D fluorescence micrograph videos. More abstractly, it tracks the motion of high intensity regions of pixels in a hyperstack opened in Fiji that defines a time series of z-stacked images.
nanoManipulator server for the Asylum microscope
» 184.0 KiB - 101 hits - December 21, 2013
This is the "External Operations" (XOP) file that provides a network interface for an Asylum scanned-probe microscope so that the nanoManipulator system can connect to it. This system was developed by 3rdTech when it sold the system through 2013. It is now released under the Boost open-source license. To use it, you also need to download the nanoManipulator installer. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for the source code.
» 9.4 MiB - 104 hits - December 21, 2013
The nanoManipulator is a virtual-reality interface to scanned-probe microscopes. It was licensed to 3rdTech, who sold the system and support through 2013. It is now an open-source tool available free for use, licensed under the Boost software license. This is the installer for the application. Using it also requires installing the Asylum External Operations (XOP) file on an Asylum scanned-probe microscope, or building a network interface for another microscope. Contact email@example.com for the source code.
CISMM Video Averager
» 3.6 MiB - 50 hits - April 3, 2014
This installer includes a pair of video utility functions with desktop shortcuts. One of them computes an image that is the average of all frames in a video (or file sequence). The other computes the maximum pixel values across the video. It stores a composite image in the same directory as the files it is run on. You run the scripts by dragging the video file (or one of the images from a sequence) and dropping it onto the desktop shortcut.