ANALYSIS SOFTWARE

Image processing & segmentation

Quantitative analysis

Dimensional analysis

Choose the analysis software that fits your application needs

Rigaku CT (computed tomography) scanners work with various visualization and analysis software packages, including Dragonfly, VG STUDIO, digiM I2S, and AVIZO.

Find out which software is the best fit for you

 Watch an on-demand webinar about CT data analysis.

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Commercial Dragonfly VG STUDIO digiM I2S AVIZO GeoDict
Manufacture Object Research Systems Volume Graphics digiM Thermo Fisher Math2Market
Features

An excellent solution for materials and life science with an easy-to-use deep learning segmentation module.

The de-facto industry standard of CT metrology (GD&T and general dimensional analysis). A completely cloud-based solution with data storage and data management service.

Object-oriented architecture for complex operations and flexibility.

Extended collection of simulation modules for filtration, digital rock, batteries, etc.

Rigaku workshops

Dragonfly workshop
Part 1
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Open-source/free Fiji (ImageJ) 3D Slicer
Manufacture Open-source Open-source
Features

Free and no high-end computer is required. A large user community.

Free and reasonable 3D rendering and segmentation are available.

Rigaku workshops

ImageJ workshop
Part 1
Part 2
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How do I choose the right software?

We use Dragonfly, VG STUDIO, and digiM, and recommend them depending on your CT analysis needs.

Dragonfly is a relatively inexpensive and easy-to-use yet very powerful software. It is our number one recommendation for materials and life science CT data analysis. Its segmentation wizard makes deep learning image segmentation accessible to beginners and often eliminates the headache associated with difficult image segmentation. You can use it for most materials science and life science applications, such as analyses of phase volume ratio, grain size distribution, fiber orientation, porosity, pore network, coating thickness, etc. They also offer a free non-commercial license.

VG STUDIO is the de facto industry standard for metrology applications, such as geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T) analysis or nominal (CAD) versus actual (CT) comparison. Their algorithms have been tested and verified by PTB (Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt) and NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology). They also have comprehensive automation packages for process control.

One thing to keep in mind is that both Dragonfly and VG STUDIO require a high-end workstation to run properly. If you don't have a compatible computer yet, consider contacting us or the software manufacturer and ask for an online demonstration to start with.

If you don't want to deal with the maintenance of expensive computers and prefer an entirely cloud-based solution, DigiM I2S (DigiM Solution) offers that. DigiM also offers data storage and management service. If you anticipate collecting tens and hundreds of TB data, their data storage service might come in handy.

Watch an On-Demand webinar and learn more about X-ray CT image analysis.

 Read a blog article "3 Steps: How to Get Started with X-ray CT Image Analysis."

 Read a blog article "Best CT Analysis Software."

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