This not just a list of files, it also displays metadata such as experiment duration, number of particles, number pictures, concentration, settings used, etc. Basically, all the information you need to find a measurement. The database makes it easy to process or export multiple files at once. In the near future we plan to extend the database functionality. Any feedback on how you are searching or managing your measurements is welcome!
It is now possible to have multiple files open simultaneously in our new tabbed interface. Comparing plots or other data between files can be done in a pinch. Play around with this to configure your most optimal way of ordering opened files!
The buttons in the sidebar give easy access to all kinds of information. An example of the sensor data is shown in figure 2. The sidebar aims to provide all interesting and auxiliary data about your files.
We have completed rethought our sets workflow. For instance, in the previous CytoClus we had an option that we called mutually exclusive sets. Although this provided many possibilities to discriminate data, many users found it difficult to comprehend. In CytoClus 4 you are able to combine your sets into a new set using simple logical combinations (see figure 3), which provides even more freedom while hierarchically simplifying your data analysis problem.
Many more changes and improvements have been made, too much to include in this very short summary here. We invite you to try out the new version and let us know what you think of it! You can send us direct feedback through firstname.lastname@example.org, or join the discussion on our forum.