Linux Software Map: Tnimage image analysis program

  • Version: 3.0.3
  • Entered-date: 1999-06-01
  • Description: Scientific image viewing and analysis program. Performs wavelet transformation, 2D-FFT, densitometry of rectangular, circular or arbitrary-shaped areas, grain counting, convo- lution and deconvolution, measurement and calibration. Uses fuzzy logic for extremely accurate densitometry; has peak area calculation, automatic object selection, 3D wireframe and surface plot of images. Builtin spreadsheet for pixel editing. Includes numerous filters, zoom, mask, warp, gradient flood fill, animation, Bezier curves, chromakey, transparency, multiple fonts, subscripts, rotated text, arrows, sprayable math and filtering, and graphically- editable colormaps. Has scanner and camera interface. New features are easily added with plugins. Has user-definable buttons, image algebra and programmable macro language. Supports numerous image formats from 1-32 bits/pixel, including medical grayscale, animated GIFs, and custom formats. User-friendly interface based on Motif. Handles 512 images simultaneously in separate windows or in a single large window. Includes tutorials and manual.
  • http: 2577590 tnimage-3.0.3.irix.tar.gz 3078842 tnimage-3.0.3.linux.nomotif.tar.gz 3801861 tnimage-3.0.3.linux.static.tar.gz 2574809 tnimage-3.0.3.linux.tar.gz 3217406 tnimage-3.0.3.manual.dvi.tar.gz 682991 tnimage-3.0.3.manual.html.tar.gz 1461315 1643239 tnimage-3.0.3.manual.tex.tar.gz 2525168 tnimage-3.0.3.solaris.tar.gz 2108200 tnimage-3.0.3.src.tar.gz
  • ftp: 1438096 tnimg227.exe
  • Keywords: image FFT densitometry scan deconvolution graphics filtering scanner camera grain counting
  • Author: (Thomas J. Nelson)
  • Maintained-by: (Thomas J. Nelson)
  • Platforms: Linux, SGI Irix, Solaris, and MS-DOS. Requires Motif 1.2 or higher and X11R5 or higher except "Nomotif" and static versions do not require Motif.
  • Copying-policy: Freely distributable
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