June 29, 2004
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Legacy versions of Lispix
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- a public domain image analysis program
for Windows & Macintosh,
- written by David
S. Bright , Microanalysis
Research Group , NIST.
Lispix is an update of MacLispix,
along with a port to Windows. Lispix is for NIST internal research,
and is made available on an as-is basis. I
welcome comments and requests and periodically post updates of
the software, documentation and examples.
Features of Lispix:
- Data Cubes: Movies,
Depth profiles, I/O of large data sets.
- Groups: Coordinated viewing, processing and measurements
- Color overlays, Scatter
diagrams, RGB->HSV, complex->magnitude+phase, etc.
- Pixels: bit, byte, integer, RGB, real, complex.
- Statistical measurements. Signal / noise determinations.
- Special purpose Widgets:
particle counting, Principal Component Analysis, generating Fractals
and measurement of fractal dimension, Periodic Table, K-Ratio
calculations and Log
3-band color display for x-ray maps, averaged and multiple
- On line help included within Lispix: Short help on any button
menu item by holding option key down. Longer help documents for
- Mac (OS9. Will not run on OSX.)
- Journal Articles
- "This software was developed at the National Institute
of Standards and Technology by employees of the Federal Government in
the course of their official duties. Pursuant to title 17 Section 105
of the United States Code this software is not subject to copyright protection
and is in the public domain. Lispix is an experimental system. NIST assumes
no responsibility whatsoever for its use by other parties, and makes no
guarantees, expressed or implied, about its quality, reliability, or any
other characteristic. We would appreciate acknowledgement if the software
- " This software can be redistributed and/or modified
freely provided that any derivative works bear some notice that they are
derived from it, and any modified versions bear some notice that they
have been modified."
- " Certain software products, both public-domain
and commercial, are identified in Lispix in order to adequately document
this software. Identification of such products does not imply recommendation
or endorsement by NIST, nor does it imply that the identified software
is the best available. Conversely, the omission of any such software does
not imply its unsuitability for use. "