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MetaMorph NX User Interface Overview
Molecular Devices

MetaMorph® NX Software, reflects Molecular Devices' commitment to ensuring that their customers' experience is the best it can be. Without diminishing any of the features that facilitate comprehensive image acquisition and analysis, MetaMorph NX Software streamlines the workflow for all tasks and provides an entirely new user-centered interface. With one-click access to features, integrated hardware setup, and synchronized, unobstructed views of your data, you can become an imaging expert in minutes. Easy-to-Find Tools * An interface with the user in mind. Find the right tool quickly and complete the task; simplifies training. * Interactive zoom and pan within an entire image dataset. Easily focus in on the most important results. Workflow Oriented * Consistent workflow-oriented interface guides you through even the most complicated acquisition and analysis tasks. * Minimizes number of steps required for experiment setup without the need for complex macros or system configuration. * Acquired datasets are easily analyzed; tabular and graphical extracted information remains linked to image source. Clean Desktop * Patent-pending desktop is always clean and organized for a clear view of your data. * Clearly visualize and compare multi-parametric datasets across different data views. * Quickly access views optimized for time, position, and wavelength. Experiment History * Experiment aware, all images, measurements and acquisition parameters stay together throughout experiment cycle Hundreds of Hardware Drivers * Supports the broadest range of microscopy components to enable your unique application * Continuous driver development targets state-of-the-art peripheral hardware and camera drivers to keep you ahead of the curve * In-house driver and component testing gives you confidence that your system will work every time Multi-Threaded Application * Acquisition and analysis can now be accomplished simultaneously * Asynchronous control of peripheral hardware shortens time-lapse intervals to improve temporal resolution * Device streaming captures images at the maximum hardware rate for high-speed device synchronization during acquisition

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