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BlurLab -- 3D Simulated Microscopy Software Package

eagle-i ID

http://shared.eagle-i.net/i/0000013a-4ad9-6f69-5291-c33f80000000

Resource Type

  1. Software

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  1. Resource Description
    BlurLab is an easy to use platform for generating simulated fluorescence microscopy data for use in mechanistic modeling visualization, image comparison, and hypothesis testing. The software accepts the 3D positions, intensities and labels of fluorescing objects that are produced by an underlying mechanistic model and transforms them into high quality simulated images. The program includes full 3D convolution with realistic (or even measured) point spread functions
  2. Resource Description
    and the ability to simulate FRAP experiments. The software provides a platform for adjusting and saving these simulated images, as well as a number of helpful, semi-automated features to make image simulation easy and less error prone. Keywords: convolution, fluorescence, FRAP, function, image, microscopy, noise, point, resolution, simulation, spread, TIRF
  3. Resource Description
    inclusion of thermal, shot and custom noise spectra
  4. Resource Description
    simulations of mean and fully stochastic photobleacing
  5. Resource Description
    the ability to view scenes in wide-field and TIRF, and perform Z-slicing
  6. Contact
    Ursell, Tristan
  7. Used by
    Stanford University
  8. Operating System
    Any
  9. Operating System
    Windows
 
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Provenance Metadata About This Resource Record
  1. workflow state
    Published
  2. contributor
    etl
  3. created
    2012-10-10T08:24:58.577-05:00
  4. creator
    nvasilevsky (Nicole Vasilevsky)
  5. mediator
    etl
  6. modified
    2012-10-10T08:24:59.263-05:00

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