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ImarisWriter: Open Source Software for Storage of Large Images in Blockwise Multi-Resolution Format

by   Igor Beati, et al.

We publish as open source a high performance file writer library to store large images in the IMS format for high performance visualization and analysis. The library is capable of writing images at high speed. In just over 1 minute it can write a 100GB image to disk. The library takes care of all the details of multi-resolution resampling, chunking, compression, and multi-threading. It makes high performance writing of images in a useful format very easy.


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