is simple- to-use and adaptable image analysis
software package which allows accurate manual measurements
along with automatic object detection with measurements of object characteristics.
Images may be X-rays, micrographs, etc. Supported file formats are JPG, GIF, TIFF, BMP, PNG, WMF, EMF and DICOM files.
Before you perform any measurements, you may want to manipulate the picture you loaded into Digimizer
. You can perform multiple actions: rotate, flip, crop, adjust colors, sharpen, convert to grayscale, and much more.
Download and install Digimizer
safely and without concerns.
Digimizer highlights and features:
Image file operations:
Open, save and print image files
Acquire image from scanner
Supported file formats: DGZ (native Digimizer file format), JPG, GIF, TIFF, BMP, PNG, WMF, EMF, and DICOM files.
Adjust contrast & brightness
Contrast auto fix
Convert to grayscale
Filters: Emboss, Arithmetic Mean Filter, Geometric Mean Filter, Harmonic Mean Filter, Median Filter, Maximum Filter, Minimum Filter, Midpoint Filter, Yp Mean Filter
Digimizer enables you to:
define unit of measurement
measure distances and lengths of line segments or paths
measure perimeters and areas
locate center of line segment
find center and calculate characteristics of circular objects
measurements on perpendicular lines
measure circles and rectangles
measure average intensity of objects
mark and count objects
Units of measurements: kilometer (km), hectometer (hm), decameter (dam), meter (m), centimeter (cm), millimeter (mm), micrometer (m), nanometer (nm), picometer (pm), femtometer (fm), attometer (am), inch (in), foot (ft), yard (yd), mile (mi), degrees () or pixels
Options: overlay binary image, hide binary layer
Morphological operations: Dilate, Erode, Open, Close
Analyze objects: object detection with measurement of perimeter and area
The measurements list shows the measurements in the current picture, but can also include measurements of several pictures.
Open & save Measurements list
Print Measurements list
Export as Excel spreadsheet file, or MedCalc file for statistical analysis
The integrated statistics window shows statistics (n, mean, SD, minimum and maximum) of the measurements in the Measurements list.