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QuantCenter is the framework for 3DHISTECH image analysis applications. with the goal of helping the pathologists to diagnose in an easier way.

QuantCenter, is optimized for whole slide quantification. It has a linkable algorithm concept that tries to provide an easy-to-use and logical workflow. The user has different quantification modules that he or she could link one after other to fine-tune or to speed up the analysis.

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ASAP is an open source platform for visualizing, annotating and automatically analyzing whole-slide histopathology images. It consists of several key-components (slide input/output, image processing, viewer) which can be used seperately. It is built on top of several well-developed open source packages like OpenSlide, Qt and OpenCV but also tries to extend them in several meaningful ways.

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Cytomine is a rich internet application using modern web and distributed technologies (Grails, HTML/CSS/Javascript, RESTful API, Docker), databases (spatial SQL and NoSQL), and machine learning (it currently includes tree-based approaches with random subwindows) to foster active and distributed collaboration and ease large-scale image exploitation.

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The software is designed for pathologists.
Image analysis protocols are built from graphical user interfaces; there is no need for programming experience or an extensive training program.

Cloud and deployed solutions are available.
Visiopharm can be employed to develop workflows (apps) for the user.

Modular structure with multiple packages:

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OpenSlide is a C library that provides a simple interface to read whole-slide images (also known as virtual slides). Python and Java bindings are also available. The Python binding includes a Deep Zoom generator and a simple web-based viewer. The Java binding includes a simple image viewer.

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