NEW IN BIOQUANT OSTEO 2017
Free Upgrade with Active Technical Services Plan
This upgrade is available to all labs with active technical services plans. Read the release notes for complete details on the upgrade.
Learn BIOQUANT Faster with Integrated Tutorials
Open Tutorial Data Set on Welcome Screen
OSTEO 2017 makes it easy for students to get start with learning BIOQUANT. The welcome screen that appears when starting BIOQUANT has a new option: Open a Tutorial Set. Tutorial sets provide training in specific procedures using sample images, detailed step by step guides, and data sets with pre-assigned settings. The are a great place to get started
Integrated Video Tutorials
Each region of the tool ribbon has a play button for video tutorials explaining how to use the tools.Each region of the tool ribbon has a play button for video tutorials explaining how to use the tools. Additional videos are embedded in procedures in the PDF manual.
Collect Data Faster with Referent Data Measurement Type
The new Referent Data type collects referent data in one quick step. The drop lists make it simple to tell which data are collected and which arrays hold each value.
Work Faster with Large Digital Scans
Pan Box Snaps to the Sampling Area
The pan box (shown in blue) now snaps to the region of interest (shown in green). This means that clicking only the Coarse Move Pan Box button, you can move sequentially through the roi at high magnification. It also means its even easier to automate measurement with batch scripts!
Crop Scans in BIOQUANT
Communicate with Color
Improved Tracing Color Choices
7 new colors have been added to the color palettes in BIOQUANT OSTEO. They replaced colors that were too dark for most images. The first 6 and last 2 colors are the same.
Improved Pseudocolor Palettes
Improve Automation with More Precise Thresholds
Multi-band Threshold Improvements
Share BIOQUANT Image Data More Easily
4GB TIF Export with SVG Tracing Overlay
NEW IN BIOQUANT SCAN 2017
Define Very Large Scan Areas Easily
A scan area can now be defined by marking the edges of a scan area instead of marking the center. For very large sections, it can be difficult to find the center. Scanning multiple slides simultaneously still requires setting the scan area with the center.