Image visualization software tools | Atomic force microscopy analysis
An important feature of SPMs is that they are accompanied with graphics software that aids in the visualization of the data output by the microscopes. Besides two-dimensional gray scale maps, many microscopes provide increasingly sophisticated routines for three-dimensional visualization. The simplest case is a line plot where the scan lines output by the microscope are plotted in perspective.
A modular, multiplatform, open-source software for scanning probe microscopy data processing. Gwyddion is a fully functional software package can be created that covers the needs of a large part of the scanning probe microscopy user community.
Allows users to proceed to surface imaging, analysis and metrology. MountainsMap permits to display 3D surface topography and multi-channel image overlays in real time. It offers a way to manipulate all image layers simultaneously, zooming in on them, rotating them to any angle, and extracting profiles between the same points on each layer. This tool gathers options to scan anomalous lines and to measure artifacts.
A version of the public domain image analysis software NIH Image that has been extended to handle the loading, display and analysis of scanning microscope images. Image SXM supports SAM, SCM, SEM, SFM, SLM, SNOM, SPM and STM images.
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