Help can be accessed under the Help menu. Under this menu you can also access keyboard shortcuts, provide feedback, and visit website. Handy tips are also available.
CoLocalizer images are synchronized automatically across all your devices via iCloud.com and stored in iCloud Drive. For this functionality to work, you need installed iOS 8 and newer on your iPad(s) and OS X 10.10 (Yosemite) and newer on your Mac(s) and have any version of CoLocalizer for iPad and CoLocalizer Pro 5 and newer for Mac.
CoLocalizer Pro can open RGB files in the most popular file formats, such as TIFF, JPEG, and PNG. It doesn't work with gray scale images. The use of lossless TIFF is strongly recommended to ensure the reliability of calculations. CoLocalizer Pro supports proprietary file formats from all major microscope manufacturers and a biological image data standard:
• Zeiss: LSM, TIFF, TIFF Chunky, RGB PLANAR, etc.
• Leica: TIFF.
• Open Microscopy Environment: OME.TIFF.
• exports images in various file formats for presentation and publication.
• saves calculations as Excel files that can be processed using Microsoft Excel spreadsheet application.
• saves Text files for reference.
• saves calculations as HTML files for posting on the Internet.
• saves files in PDF format for submission to the publishers and sharing with colleagues.
The ability of CoLocalizer Pro to export PDF, HTML, and Microsoft Excel files makes it possible to present the results of your calculations to others and easily share ideas across computer platforms.
CoLocalizer Pro video tutorials take you through the steps needed to properly quantify colocalization in your fluorescence microscopy images.
We have prepared a list of questions frequently asked by our users (FAQ). If you have questions, make sure you have checked FAQ first. The possibility is high they are already answered.
Find CoLocalizer development news and tips, occasional surprise announcements, and image analysis insights on our blog.
If you experience unexpected issues with CoLocalizer Pro application, it is possible that its preference file is corrupted. To check it, go to Users>yourUserName>Library>Preferences and locate the com.CRS.CoLocalizer.Pro.plist file. Move this file out of the Preferences folder. Then, start the application. If no issues remain, delete the moved .plist file. It was causing the issues. To access the Library folder using Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion) or newer, press and hold the Option (Alt) key and click the Go menu in the Finder. You will find the Library folder there.
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