Visualizing Scanbox stacks with Vaa3D

Some scanbox functions allow you to export *.sbx files to *.tif files that can be then visualized using other software like Vaa3d or ImageJ.  For example, after collecting a z-stack you can use sbxtifstack() to generate a tif file that can be read directly using Vaa3d.  If your stack has the hypothetical file name abc_010_nnn.sbx…

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Reading raw data with sbxread()

Raw image data in scanbox is contained in *.sbx files.  To read these data you can use the sbxread() function. Here is the documentation from its help section– So, for example, the following lines of code will read images from 0 to 19 (20 total) and display the average of the first (green) PMT channel: And you may…

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