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Innovative MetaMorph® NX Software Shatters Barriers Between Researchers and Image Analysis Goals with Exclusive Visual Workflow
Date:11/29/2011

Custom Measurement feature takes the learning curve out of custom analysis development. Any laboratory or facility can now benefit from the advantages of reusable image processing and analysis modules while being confident that the output is dependably reproducible."

Design your analysis visually (throw out the programming guides)

Simply choose from galleries of processing and segmentation options while observing the outcome of the options in "real time" on trial images. Easily reveal before-and-after images using the Split View slider. Devise as many "what if" scenarios as needed.

Never again be uncertain about what adjustment or option caused a particular effect as you build a custom measurement. Simply glance at the filmstrip to keep track of each piece of your analysis.

Quickly teach the software what to measure

Click on objects in an image using the innovative Click-to-Find tool to automatically set object parameters, and essentially teach the software about the objects and regions that should be measured. By eliminating the need to manually calculate and type in object information, the Custom Measurement feature shrinks the typical timeline for turning collected images into publishable data.

Measure objects and features within objects at the same time

Measure the images using the entire sequence of steps or measure specific objects and their features. To keep things organized, you can assign a unique name to each of the measurement results that will be collated into one table.

Measurements can include detailed statistics about the area, dimensions, shape, orientation, and intensity of objects and regions, as well as a summary of the measurements made. Custom measurements can also include co-localization information from multiple channels (illumination conditions), which helps determine if the same object appears in more than one channel.

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