Author Topic: New version of Probelab ReImager released!  (Read 677 times)

Anette von der Handt

  • Global Moderator
  • Professor
  • *****
  • Posts: 277
    • UMN Probelab
New version of Probelab ReImager released!
« on: December 01, 2020, 01:15:17 PM »
Dear probers,

Do you also hate when exporting images takes longer than acquiring them because the software does not offer a batch export option? Or that you have to use a separate program altogether if you want to customize the scalebars?

Last year, we released the first version of our free, open-source software Probelab ReImager for the discerning probelab! And now ReImager is even better!!

Noah Kraft, software developer extraordinaire, wrote this software to allow more control and customization of electron images and ease everyday operations by including batch export options in many image formats. You may have seen our poster about the ReImager at the QMA2019 conference last June.

The program was developed for images and element maps to provide uniform, platform-independent image processing. It supports images/element maps acquired with Thermo Pathfinder or NSS software and now also supports JEOL electron images acquired with the PC-SEM software.

We now fully support MacOS (“El Capitan” to “Big Sur”) in addition to Windows. This will assist with processing images while we have diminished access to lab computer infrastructure.

You can learn more about this free, open-source program, including a how-to video, and download it at:

https://reimager.probelab.net/

I also attached our abstract and poster from M&M2020 to this post

We hope you will enjoy it and look for updates in the future!

Best,

Noah Kraft (kraft270@umn.edu)
Anette von der Handt (avdhandt@umn.edu)

For technical questions, please contact Noah.
Against the dark, a tall white fountain played.