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]

Papers and Talks on XuvTools

You can find our paper on stitching here:

  • M. Emmenlauer, O. Ronneberger, A. Ponti, P. Schwarb, A. Griffa, A. Filippi, R. Nitschke, W. Driever, and H. Burkhardt. XuvTools: free, fast and reliable stitching of large 3D datasets. Journal of Microscopy, 233(1):42–60, 2009

We also presented stitching with XuvTools with the following posters:

  • M. Emmenlauer, O. Ronneberger, H. Burkhardt, A. Ponti, P. Schwarb, R. Nitschke, and W. Driever. XuvTools: Fast and reliable stitching of large 3D datasets. European Light Microscopy Initiative ELMI, 2008
  • M. Emmenlauer and O. Ronneberger and M. Temerinac and H. Burkhardt and A. Filippi and R. Nitschke and W. Driever. Fast Automatic Recombination of Multiple 3D Datasets for Large Volumes and High Dynamic Range (HDR). 49th Symposium of the Society for Histochemistry, 2007
  • M. Emmenlauer. Fast, reliable and automatic 3D alignment of confocal image stacks: Practical. UTSA Workshop for Imaging in Neuron Biology, 2010

XuvTools Cheatsheet - Highly Recommended

A very condensed collection of XuvTools specifics and operation on one page. Includes some notes on microscope setup, and some general facts.

Video Tutorials - Highly Recommended

The video tutorials are the recommended way to learn how to use XuvTools. Please watch at least one before starting the software.

Tutorial 1: A Basic Introduction
Tutorial 2: A Shorter Introduction
Tutorial 1: Stitching with the Layout Tool (Grids)

Download Test Data sets

Test data sets can be found on the datasets page.

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