|6D user interface
||Single GUI to capture multi-dimension image series.
||Time efficient workflow for rapid parameter setting and minimal user training.
||Store settings such protocols, channels, data storage locations per user.
||Protects user settings to ensure nothing is over written. Experiments and illumination settings can be shared between users via export/import.
||Records activity based on users and hardware configurations.
||Track the time users spend on a system for auditing purposes (e.g. for charging hourly rate).
||Advanced interface available, on selection, for complex multi-modal imaging routines.
||Provides a programmable tree structure to build complex imaging experiments for those with more demanding application requirements.
||Proprietary storage solution. Saves data direct to hard disk avoiding Windows file swapping.
||Handles large data sets with ease, providing fast data review and manipulation
||Quantify data as it is captured.
||Histogram and line profiling for single or multi-channel data on live or stored data.
||3D, multi-channel, maximum intensity projection view.
||Provides quick review of data in 3D volume, including through time series.
||Image capture and analysis features for photobleaching experiments.
||Dedicated, published, algorithms for the analysis of cell dynamics using the FRAP technique.
|Other analysis tools
||Ratiometric algorithm-based analysis for ion imaging. Kymograph tool, multi-channel alignment, Image Math.
||A range of tools are provided for core imaging techniques used to evaluate cell and system biology. Providing fast feedback on experiments.
||Supports use of Python scripts
||Interface with iQ from other software tools and tailor functionality according to your needs.
||Tools for creating movies from captured experiments.
||Complex movies can be made merging different dimensions (e.g. time and then volume) for data review and presentation.
||Runs from image captured from desktop window or webcam-like source
||Permits the use of iQ to drive complimentary hardware components (e.g. Photostimulation device) along-side non-Andor imaging systems