PC and Linix workstations are available for use in Image Analysis.
A fully functional copy of the softWoRx software is available on a network connected Linux workstation. The softWoRx Suite is also available and features additional tools powered by Bitplane to expand image analysis into new dimensions.
The DeltaVision softWoRx Explorer 2.0, a versatile cross-platform image viewer displaying images in 5D (x/y/z/channels/time) is available from the Applied Precision website.
Pipeline Pilot, Accelrys’ scientific informatics platform, is the preferred software for managing and analyzing high content images and data sets. Pipeline Pilot automates data analysis and enables researchers to rapidly explore, visualize and report research results. The Imaging and Statistical component collections provide a streamlined mechanism for enhancing, processing, analyzing, integrating, cataloguing, searching and reporting image data. The Imaging Collections integrate image data with numerical, chemical, graphical and textual data, and almost any standard image file format can be accommodated.
Imaris is Bitplanes core software module that delivers all the necessary functionality for visualization, segmentation and interpretation of 3D and 4D microscopy datasets. Combining speed, precision and ease-of-use, Imaris provides a complete set of features for working with three- and four-dimensional multi-channel images of any size, from a few megabytes to multiple gigabytes in size.
CyteSeer is automated cell image analysis software which analyzes images from almost any digital fluorescent microscope or high-content screening device. CyteSeer has powerful data analysis, gating and statistics tools for sets of cells, wells, plates and slides.
Combining the most flexible and powerful tools for image acquisition, processing, and analysis, MetaMorph imaging systems offer a complete solution for even the most demanding live-cell imaging needs
A fully functional version of the Zeiss Imaging software is also available offline. A viewer program, with limited functionality is available at the Zeiss web site.