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gsovak
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Topic Started by gsovak
on 11/24/2005 12:06 PM   
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Dear All,
I wanted to let you know about the new Image analysis software from GE formarly Amersham.
I worked alot with the old version ImageMaster 2D Platinum v5 and it was realy great and very simple.
I have heard that lately a newer version is availble the No. 6.0.
Any one is using it.
Guy


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I got a peak, It is nice a bit more flexible then the older version. You can download a demo version.



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on 9/10/2009 11:13 AM   
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 does this software have any features not available in the Freeware program ImageJ ?



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Posted By gsovak
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I did not work with Image J a lot . So I can not tell you what are the capabilities of Image J in correlation to the Image Master which is specificaly designed for 2D.
Guy



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 It looks like Image master is up to v7 now.

It does seem to me that if you were willing to invest the time to assemble some of the available plug-ins for image J a lab on a budget might be able to get something reasonably similar up and running, it just wouldn't be quite as pretty an interface


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Posted By gsovak
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I guess so,
For 2 years now I am not into 2D anymore so I am out of the loop with the newest version.
Now for Image analysis of Histologic images I use a free software JMicroVision. I find it to be user friendly.
To tell you the trueth never understood Image J to its full  possibilities.
Guy



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