Able Image Analyser supports image analysis functions that include dimensional, gray scale and 24 bits color measurements: distance, area, angle, point, line, pixel profile, histogram etc. (from images or selections) with statistics that calculate basic statistics and frequencies.
Spatial calibration is available to provide real world dimensional measurements such as kilometers, centimeters, millimeters, nanometers, microns, cm, miles, etc,. for both linear and area measurements.
Able Image Analyser can automatically detect objects in the image, counts them and calculates their positions. It can also be used for particle tracking.
All measurements are written into a spreadsheet, where you can enter and edit data as well. The measurements can be exported as CSV, HTML or ASCII file formats.
The images can be exported as Bitmap or JPEG images in order to process them in another application.
Able Image Analyser provides geometric transformations such as rotate, resize, merge, flip horizontal and vertical, rotate or flip selection. The program is a multiple document interface (MDI) application supporting any number of windows (images) simultaneously.
The program supports standard image processing functions such as brightness and contrast manipulation, invert image color, channels manipulation, spatial convolutions with convolution masks and morphing filters.
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