The LSMreader project is designed to open and read *.lsm files created by Zeiss LSM laser scanning confocal microscopes. Images are stored as Igor 2D or 3D (stacks) waves. Meta data are stored in strings or text waves. A subset of the meta data can be optionally stored as a wave note with each image. Individual parameters in the wave note can be extracted using the Igor functions StringByKey and NumberByKey.
Size: 1.03 MB
md5_file hash: 1cc0f27ba85df5752f3c5a09dfab383d
First released: May 9, 2008 - 15:10
This release adds a LogNormal peak shape and a LogCubic background function as well as a Revert to Guesses button.
The LogCubic background function is just like the Cubic background, but it is a polynomial in log(x) instead of a polynomial in x. You would most likely use this background function with the LogNormal peak shape.
The Revert to Guesses button allows you to back out of a fit that finished without errors, but which has gone wrong in some way.
This release also plots a curve on the fit graph to show the background function.
Size: 489.65 KB
md5_file hash: 4a9728fb03c399fe46f3ff950592c623
First released: April 23, 2008 - 11:29
Initial beta release.
SQL XOP is now a part of the Igor Pro 6.10 beta installation, so you should no longer download this version. Instead, get the Igor 6.10 beta: http://www.wavemetrics.net/Updaters/AboutPublicBetaVersions.html.
SQL XOP provides access to relational databases from IGOR procedures. It uses ODBC (Open Database Connectivity) libraries and drivers on Mac OS X and Windows to provide this access.
Size: 145.22 KB
md5_file hash: e244e5611f6c5772b795fc78ae0f4b58
First released: April 22, 2008 - 10:09
Last updated: April 22, 2008 - 10:10
This is the first official release version. This version supports tab controls that are placed on windows embedded on other panels.
Size: 19.13 KB
md5_file hash: 41e92cf58c21ee5acbd71a27b7bc14e9
First released: April 21, 2008 - 12:31
Removed file loading specific code and generalized output so that a string list of selected files is compiled and stored in the panel specific data folder.
This should prove easier for the Igor programmer to incorporate into their own code.
Size: 25.09 KB
md5_file hash: 2fb948795c1c94b71f4714fc6bdacea2
First released: April 18, 2008 - 12:27
Last updated: April 18, 2008 - 12:27
See main description. This is the first version.
A small panel is presented to the user for loading multiple files into an Igor experiment. This panel gives the user the ability to navigate to the disk folder containing files to load. A listbox is then updated to show a list of files in that folder. The shift key can be used to define contiguous groups of files and the control key (Win) or command key (Mac) can be used to select and deselect individual files in the listbox. Finally a button "GetFiles" is used to end file selection and initiate further code exection. The panel code stores its waves in its own subfolder.
Size: 16 KB
md5_file hash: e487ff598a231430c10eee84d52b86ce
First released: April 16, 2008 - 11:31
Last updated: April 16, 2008 - 11:40
Support for Windows (thanks to Andrew Nelson).
Tested on Intel & PPC Macs as far back as Igor Pro 5.05A.
See INSTALL.txt for instructions on where to obtain the CCP4 library source code and how to build the XOP. Because of licensing restrictions imposed by Daresbury Laboratory, it is impossible to supply this XOP in either binary form or with all the necessary source code.
Size: 16 KB
md5_file hash: f3f58385af44e977824f4c83d45be536
First released: April 16, 2008 - 07:34
Last updated: April 16, 2008 - 12:02
Support for building on Windows from Andrew Nelson
Note: This XOP has been tested as far back as Igor Pro 5.05A, but I'm unable to edit the release info to reflect that.