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SCHLIEREN, Switzerland, April 4, 2022 — Microscopy Image Analysis SoftwareImaris 9.9 microscopy image analysis software from Oxford Instruments’ BitPlane AG features segmentation with machine learning and open-source connections.

The addition of machine learning pixel classification, with an intuitive and interactive training mode, broadens the diversity of images for analysis as it enables electron microscopy segmentation and shape recognition. Imaris 9.9 adds a pixel classification segmentation method powered by Labkit, an open-source Fiji plug-in, providing a seamless workflow from Imaris to Labkit and back to Imaris. Users can directly import label images or position data as surfaces or spots. Once imported, these components are compatible with other Imaris tools.



Published: April 2022
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