Synonyms
General image analysis

Protein Array Analyzer for ImageJ

Description

Protein array is used to analyze protein expressions by screening simultaneously several protein-molecule interactions such as protein-protein and protein-DNA interactions. In most cases, the detection of interactions leads to an image containing numerous lines of spots that will be analyzed by comparing tables of intensity values. To describe the observed different patterns of expression, users generally show histograms with the original associated images [1]. The “Protein Array Analyzer” gives a friendly way to exploit this type of analysis, thus allowing quantification, image modeling and comparative analysis of patterns.

The Protein Array Analyzer, which was programmed in ImageJ’s macro language, is an extention of the Dot Blot Analyzer, [2], [3] a graphically interfaced tool that greatly simplifying analysis of dot arrays.

Filopodyan

Description

Fiji plugin for detecting, tracking and quantifying filopodia

CellProfiler Analyst CPA

Description

CellProfiler Analyst (CPA) allows interactive exploration and analysis of data, particularly from high-throughput, image-based experiments. Included is a supervised machine learning system which can be trained to recognize complicated and subtle phenotypes, for automatic scoring of millions of cells. CPA provides tools for exploring and analyzing multidimensional data, particularly data from high-throughput, image-based experiments analyzed by its companion image analysis software, CellProfiler.

CPA

pyBPDL

Description

The Binary Pattern Dictionary Learning (BPDL) package is suitable for image analysis on a set/sequence of images to determine an atlas of a compact region. In particular, the application can be maping gene activation accross many samples, brain activations in a time domain, etc.

Atlas

NanoJ

Description

Set of Tools for super resolution microscopy

MIPs for PSFs

Description

The macro generates orthogonal projections from bead images along the lateral and axial dimensions which are displayed using a customized look-up-table to color code intensities. A Gaussian curve is fit to the intensity profile of a fluorescent bead image and full-with-at-half-maximum (FWHM) values are extracted, and listed next to theoretical values for comparison. 

SQUIRREL

Description

NanoJ-SQUIRREL (Super-resolution Quantitative Image Rating and Reporting of Error Locations) is a software package designed for assessing and mapping errors and artefacts within super-resolution images. This is achieved through quantitative comparison with a reference image of the same structure (typically a widefield, TIRF or confocal image). SQUIRREL produces quantitative maps of image quality and resolution as well as global image quality metrics.

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SQUIRREL