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View your Recorded 2D Oxygen, pH and CO2 Data Live with Statistical Analysis
VisiSens Live ROI Statistics Plugin
The Live ROI Statistics Plugin allows you to follow your recorded 2D data live during measurement and identify regions of changing analytes easily on the pseudocolor maps. It enables to freely choose a Regions of Interest (ROIs) in rectangle, elliptic or arbitrary shape for statistical analysis of the selected area. Once the selection is made, the mean analyte values, minimum and maximum as well as the standard deviation and the numbers of pixels are analyzed. The generated pseudocolor analyte map images can be exported as jpg-files, too. You can skip through the image series by hand or activate the Start Live button to automatically update. Use this VisiSens software extension to easily see and identify analyte changes in your sample during the experiment. Visualize e.g. the O2, pH or CO2 distributions across your biological, environmental or geological samples, find regions with good or insufficient supply or hot spots of metabolic activities. Whatever your application is, this plugin supports you in getting the most out of your VisiSens TD imaging data.
- Live data analysis
- Export pseudocolor images
- Statistical evaluation of freely selected ROI
|Minimum System Requirements||Suggested Configuration|
|Operating system|| |
Microsoft® Windows® 7 (32 or 64 Bit) or higher
|Microsoft® Windows® 10 (64 Bit)|
|Processor||2.4 GHz Pentium IV or adequate AMD Athlon Processor||Intel ‘i ‘ series or adequate AMD Processor (or higher)|
|RAM||2 GB||8 GB or more|
|Memory capacity for graphic board||256 MB||1 GB or more|
|Hard disk||1 GB free memory||2 TB or more free memory|
|Ethernet||10/100, or Gigabit speed Ethernet adapters||Gigabit speed Ethernet adapters |
If not on-board:
For desktop system: Use a PCI Express bus Ethernet adapter.
For laptops: Use an expansion slot via an ExpressCard.
|Screen resolution||1680 x 1050 or higher|| |
1920 x 1080 (16:9 or 16:10)