Difference between revisions of "MaMuT"
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Latest revision as of 08:11, 22 March 2017
|Author||Jean-Yves Tinevez, Tobias Pietzsch|
|Development status||v0.27.0, active|
|Category||Segmentation, Tracking, Category:Plugins|
A Fiji plugin for the annotation of massive, multi-view data.
Enable the MaMuT update site to get it.
- Wolff, C.; Tinevez, JY. & Pietzsch, T. et al. (2018), "Multi-view light-sheet imaging and tracking with the MaMuT software reveals the cell lineage of a direct developing arthropod limb.", eLife, <https://elifesciences.org/articles/34410>
The main window resembles the display panel of TrackMate. It controls how the annotations are displayed. Using the MaMuT Viewer button, several views of the data can be launched. They will all be in sync. Each of them is an instance of the BigDataViewer.
However, MaMuT itself does not ship any fully-automated or tracking algorithm. It is meant for manual or semi-automatic annotation. Still, we made the GUI comfortable enough so that you can quickly generate rather large annotations. A semi-automated segmentation can help you generating quickly lineage branches from single cells.
The following pages are tutorials that will guide you through MaMuT and walk you though its features.
- Getting started with MaMuT is an introduction tutorial. It will show you how to prepare a dataset for MaMuT and make your first annotations with it.
- Example mamut.properties file contains an example of a mamut.properties file, that is used to customize the key-bindings in the MaMuT viewer.