A data visualization and processing tool for scanning probe microscopy (SPM, i.e. AFM, STM, MFM, SNOM/NSOM, ...) and profilometry data, useful also for general image and 2D data analysis.

Features

  • Support for more than 120 SPM file formats.
  • All standard functions: levelling, geometrical transforms, statistical characterisation, grain detection, FFT filtering, ...
  • Processing of data under arbitrarily shaped masks.
  • Calibration and metrology support.
  • Single point spectra and volume data support (for a subset of file formats).
  • Generation of artificial surfaces and measurement simulation.
  • Python scripting.

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Languages

Korean, French, Czech, Italian, English, Brazilian Portuguese, German, Spanish, Russian

Intended Audience

Science/Research, Education, Developers, End Users/Desktop, Engineering

User Interface

GTK+

Programming Language

Python, C

Registered

2004-10-15