Short Description

This plugin analyzes how much flies drink from glass capillaries (and if they are drunk afterwards). To do so, (1) the plugin builds kymographs from stack of images and analyze them, and (2) detect the position of individual flies across time. The results can be then exported to excel files. The plugin allow users to analyze groups of experiments and also allow users to define descriptors of the experiments (like camera, chemical, concentration, fly strain, sex, date, etc). This makes analysis easier with pivot tables under excel.

Team: UMR EGCE
Institution: CNRS-IRD-Paris-Saclay / AgroParisTech
Website: http://www.egce.cnrs-gif.fr

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Changelog

  • Version 2.0.40.8 • Released on: 2022-09-03 23:19:58
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    Description:

    * correct a bug / background creation
    * improve background creation and fly detection

  • Version 2.0.40.7 • Released on: 2022-09-02 11:54:40
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    Description:

    increase width of first graph / capillary levels

  • Version 2.0.40.6 • Released on: 2022-08-28 10:46:56
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    Description:

    add export to excel of derivative / gulps

  • Version 2.0.40.4 • Released on: 2022-08-24 14:11:36
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    Description:

    * Add: export cage parameters to Excel file
    * bugs corrected:
    - build background & detect flies in cages
    - move MCcapillaries.xml from image directory to results directory
    - load previous versions with corrected time intervals

  • Version 2.0.39.7 • Released on: 2022-08-05 00:03:39
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    Description:

    * Improve building background image
    * Restore button to cut cages within a user-defined ROI
    * Display flies detected during detection as rectangles
    * Correct bug saving twice as much points / fly positions
    * Correct bug / build series (missing frames)

  • Version 2.0.38.0 • Released on: 2022-07-08 07:47:15
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    Description:

    Fix issue with extracting frame time from jpg filename