Visualisation vs Plotting vs Image generation. Should these be merged? Which of these should be the top concept, and which sub-concepts, and which narrow synonyms?


QuickFit 3 is a data evaluation software for FCS Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy and imagingFCS (imFCS) measurements, developed in the group B040 (Prof. Jörg Langowski) at the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ). Actually QuickFit 3 itself is a project manager and all functionality is added as plugins. A set of tested plugins for FCS, imagingFCS and some microscopy-related image processing tasks is supplied together with the software.

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OligoMacro Toolset, is an ImageJ macro-toolset aimed at isolating oligodendrocytes from wide-field images, tracking isolated cells, characterizing processes morphology along time, outputting numerical data and plotting them. It takes benefit of ImageJ built-in functions to process images and extract data, and relies on the R software in order to generate graphs.

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shinyHTM is an open source, web-based tool for data exploration, image visualization and normalization of High Throughput Microscopy data. Within shinyHTM the user is guided through a linear workflow which follows the following best practices:

  • Inspect the numerical data through plotting
  • Measurements are linked to raw images
  • Perform quality control to exclude images with aberrations or where image analysis failed
  • Perform a reproducible data analysis
  • Normalize data and report statistical significance

Image visualization relies on Fiji/ImageJ, along with its wealth of analytical tools.

shinyHTM can be used to analyze image features obtained with CellProfiler, ImageJ or any other bioimage analysis software. The output of analysis is a publication-ready scoring of the data.

shinyHTM is based on the R shiny package.