SCiLS Lab is the software of choice for researchers wanting to gain new insights from mass spectrometry imaging. Used in science and industry, our software sets new standards in analysis and visualization, simplifying everyday work and to advancing your research. SCiLS Cloud expands these capabilities and offers new possibilities for secure cooperation, directly accessible in your web browser.
- Instant visualization of ion images and spectra
- Numerous visualization options
- Multiple annotations for characterizing regions in clinical and preclinical studies
- Process data sets of virtually unlimited size
- Comparative analysis for uncovering discriminative m/z-markers
- Co-localization analysis for discovering of correlated m/z-values
- Spatial segmentation for automatic annotation of prominent features
- Extraction of underlying trends
- Mixture decomposition
- Classification model calculation based on training data and classification of new samples
- Batch processing of computational tasks
- Import of lists of masses from public or private data bases
- Export of images and tables to Microsoft Office suite
- Documentation of your work by bookmarking the current visualization
OUR SCILS Family
The software package for Bruker mass spectrometers, SCiLS Lab can be used for the analysis of one or more MALDI imaging datasets. Multiple data sets can be loaded and spatially aligned in a tiled manner. Compositions of data sets of virtually unlimited size can be visualized and statistically analyzed for detailed interpretation. Also, SCiLS Lab can be used for construction of 3D MALDI imaging data from consecutive 2D datasets, and visualization and analysis of 3D MALDI imaging data.
SCiLS Lab MVS
The software package for vendor-neutral data analysis, SCiLS Lab MVS can be used for the analysis of mass spectrometry imaging datasets based on the open imzML data format. SCiLS Lab MVS offers all features of SCiLS Lab for non-Bruker mass spectrometers and it allows the statistical analysis and visualization of mass spectrometry imaging data of virtually unlimited size in two and three spatial dimensions.