Plugins for DigitalMicrograph

DigitalMicrograph, a software package by Gatan, Inc., is the dominant software in the field of Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) to acquire and treat images and spectra. DigitalMicrograph allows users to develop their own customized programs in the form of scripts or plugins. The plugins presented in this site are intended for a general user who wishes to extend the functionality of DigitalMicrograph, but is not necessarily capable of programming.

LabelLengths 4.0 (open source) NEW

This is actually an old plugin recently improved and redesigned according the modern standards. The plugin facilitates measuring  dimensions and angles in DigitalMicrograph images and creates labels that are easy to manipulate and arrange for the best image appearance.

CumulativeEELS 3.0 (open source) NEW

This plugin facilitates multi-run cumulative acquisition of EELS including the simultaneous low-loss and core-loss acquisition similar to that implemented in Gatan dual-EELS

Extended Frames 3.4 (open source)

collection of library classes to extend the functionality of standard DigitalMicrograph dialog and image frames

Virtual TEM 3.4 (open source)

simulates a simplest TEM user interface and major scripting commands for communication between DigitalMicrograph and TEM

BatchRecording 2.0 (open source)

facilitates acquisition, display and saving the large batches of TEM images. Requires Virtual TEM in the off-line systems

ClickMover 2.0 (open source)

move the field of view in the live image by mouse-click

Timer 2.1 (open source)

simplest timer to count time to any duty like the Nitrogen refill

Debugger 2.1 (open source)

helps to find the bugs in DM scripts by insertion of the print markers

ImportImage 1.0 (open source)

imports TIA SER images and TIFF SEM images from FEI, Zeiss, AnalySiS into DigitalMicrograph

SetFolder 1.0 (open source)

tracks all folders recently opened in DigitalMicrograph and allow to navigate quickly among them

More open source plugins can be found in Bernhard Schaffer’s and Dave Mitchel’s sites.

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