How to write your own particle-linking algorithm for TrackMate

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Introduction.

This last part on particle-linking modules concludes the series of tutorials on extending TrackMate. The most difficult modules to create are spot detectors, which was the subject of the previous tutorial. Particle-linking modules, or trackers, are a little bit less complicated.

However, you still need to understand how we store and manipulate links in TrackMate, and this implies very briefly introducing mathematical graphs.


Simple, undirected graphs.