WiSoftTM is a unique high-speed image analysis pipeline. The WiScanTM and WiSoftTM systems are used for a wide variety of biological, biomedical and pharmaceutical applications and have been developed through a continuous dialogue with users for many years. WiSoftTM offers dedicated solutions for high-resolution image analysis, enabling the analysis of complex biological systems. The sophisticated image processing algorithms and statistical evaluations of multi-parametric data enable the harvesting of rich information without sacrificing the speed of analysis. WiSoftTM modularity enables the adaptation of ready-made analysis modules for specific biological assays, simple programming of analysis scripts using pre-configured image analysis functions, and high-level programming, enabling the addition of algorithms for customized functions.
• Modularity: a rich set of tools, flexibly assembled into a powerful analysis pipeline
• User Friendliness: simple navigation through the analysis modules. Easy to use analysis modules and easy creation of new functions. Large variety of visualization and data presentation tools.
• Multi-parametric analysis: the effects of treated cells are defined by morphological, multi-color and time-dependent features and compared to controls by a variety of statistical scores.
• Speed: fast processing of complex data sets.
• Versatility and robustness: flexible adaptation of screen acquisition and analysis to wide range of cell biological, immunological, pharmaceutical and biomedical applications.
• Screen statistics: contains a menu of statistical programs: fast optimized image preprocessing algorithms, rich choice of segmentation methods for identifying cells and intracellular features, quantification of morphological, intensity and texture features. Powerful statistical tools enable definition of effects and responses to perturbations in multi-parametric space, as well as integration of screening data for global visualization and interactive data mining.
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