Imaris launches Version 9.8
Allowing Users to Better Analyse Large Volume Microscopy Datasets
Imaris, an Oxford Instruments brand, has today released Imaris 9.8, the latest version of its market-leading microscopy image analysis software.
In the latest release, we added object visualisation on extended sections, together with the raw data which opens new ways of validating detection and editing in Imaris. Now, users can clearly see the precision of the Spots and Surfaces detection, even in a "cluttered" data volume with thousa nds of objects. These features build upon the previous improvements for the most widely used image analysis models, Spots and Surfaces, for big data analysis and smooth interaction.
Anyone who has ever traced neurons within datasets where dendrites are overlapping and occluding one another in the 3D space knows that tracing validation is an almost impossible task in the 3D view. In Imaris 9.8, neurons can also be presented together with the raw data on the 2D slice view. In addition, the section thickness and orientation can be freely adjusted in any direction in 3D, including oblique orientations.
This is not the only benefit Imaris 9.8 offers for neuroscientists, as the well-known Filament Tracer model is enriched with soma detection and modelling, which adds important cell body statistics and branching classification.
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