Tomviz 0.9.0 Released and M&M 2016

We are very pleased to announce the release of tomviz 0.9.0 (article on Opensource.com with some background). This release adds several new features, with significant user interface updates. We also attended our third M&M conference along with our collaborators at Cornell, and showed a few posters highlighting new features.

Highlights of this release include:

  • The data pipeline has been unified to show all elements in a new interface
  • Interactive histogram with opacity editor and color bar with integrated buttons
  • Clear subvolume tool
  • Move volumes relative to one another
  • Fast, interactive surface contours
  • New colormaps from matplotlib
  • Improved stability and performance
  • Pad data, Invert data
  • Normalize image intensity in tilt series
  • Generate 3D electron probe shape
  • Colormaps added to manual image align
  • Difference mode added to manual image align
  • Constraint based reconstruction
  • Qt 5.7 for improved graphical user interface
  • Improved state file save/load
  • Improved integration with ITK

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The tomviz project is developed as part of a collaboration between Kitware and Cornell University under DOE Office of Science contract DE-SC0011385. This is a community project, and we are very pleased to take input and contributions from all in the community. We would like to thank Peter Ercius, NCEM, for his feedback, and detailed issue reports as this release was prepared, along with everyone at Cornell who provided feedback at a meeting hosted by Cornell a few weeks ago.

Questions or comments are always welcome!