XuvTools is developed in a cooperative effort from:
  • Chair of Pattern Recognition and Image Processing [www]
  • Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research [www]
  • Center for Biological Systems Analysis [www]
 

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 Many people helped creating this software: Many people helped creating this software:
-The core development of XuvTools has been done by Mario Emmenlauer ([[http://​lmb.informatik.uni-freiburg.de/​people/​emmenlau/​|website]]) based on ideas and code from Olaf Ronneberger ([[http://​lmb.informatik.uni-freiburg.de/​people/​ronneber/​|website]]). The user interface is developed by Aaron Ponti ([[http://​www.fmi.ch/​members/​aaron.ponti|website]]) and Mario Emmenlauer. The bleaching correction has been largely rewritten by Benjamin Ummenhofer ([[http://​lmb.informatik.uni-freiburg.de/​people/​index.de.html|website]]) based on original ideas from Mario Emmenlauer. Countless hours of testing went into XuvTools, most notably by Patrick Schwarb ([[http://​www.fmi.ch/​members/​patrick.schwarb|website]]),​ Aaron Ponti, and the biologists of FMI Basel. XuvTools releases are compiled and packaged by Niko Ehrenfeuchter ([[http://​www.ehrenfeuchter.de/​|website]]). XuvTools makes use of a set of libraries that have been developed at the LMB Freiburg by various people, notably by Olaf Ronneberger,​ Mario Emmenlauer, Janis Fehr, Thorsten Schmidt, Alexandra Teynor and many more.+The core development of XuvTools has been done by Mario Emmenlauer ([[http://​lmb.informatik.uni-freiburg.de/​people/​emmenlau/​|website]]) based on ideas and code from Olaf Ronneberger ([[http://​lmb.informatik.uni-freiburg.de/​people/​ronneber/​|website]]). The user interface is developed by Aaron Ponti ([[http://​www.fmi.ch/​members/​aaron.ponti|website]]) and Mario Emmenlauer. The bleaching correction has been largely rewritten by Benjamin Ummenhofer ([[http://​lmb.informatik.uni-freiburg.de/​people/​index.de.html|website]]) based on original ideas from Mario Emmenlauer. Countless hours of testing went into XuvTools, most notably by Patrick Schwarb ([[http://​www.fmi.ch/​members/​patrick.schwarb|website]]),​ Aaron Ponti, and the biologists of FMI Basel. XuvTools releases are compiled and packaged by Niko Ehrenfeuchter ([[http://​www.ehrenfeuchter.de/​|website]]). This website and major parts of the documentation,​ presentations and video tutorials have been created by Mario Emmenlauer with the help of Niko Ehrenfeuchter. XuvTools makes use of a set of libraries that have been developed at the LMB Freiburg by various people, notably by Olaf Ronneberger,​ Mario Emmenlauer, Janis Fehr, Thorsten Schmidt, Alexandra Teynor and many more.
  
-The following Institutes dedicate resources for XuvTools development:​+The following Institutes dedicate ​(or have dedicated) ​resources for XuvTools development:​
  
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 HDF5 is a unique technology suite that makes possible the management of extremely large and complex data collections. It includes a versatile data model that can represent very complex data objects and a wide variety of metadata, a completely portable file format with no limit on the number or size of data objects in the collection, a software library that runs on a range of computational platforms, from laptops to massively parallel systems, and implements a high-level API with C, C++, Fortran 90, and Java interfaces, and much more. The HDF5 data model, file format, API, library, and tools are open and distributed without charge.\\ HDF5 is a unique technology suite that makes possible the management of extremely large and complex data collections. It includes a versatile data model that can represent very complex data objects and a wide variety of metadata, a completely portable file format with no limit on the number or size of data objects in the collection, a software library that runs on a range of computational platforms, from laptops to massively parallel systems, and implements a high-level API with C, C++, Fortran 90, and Java interfaces, and much more. The HDF5 data model, file format, API, library, and tools are open and distributed without charge.\\
 http://​www.hdfgroup.org/​ http://​www.hdfgroup.org/​
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