VisualSpreadsheet is a powerful software program that allows you to interact with the particle images captured with FlowCam®.
Improving on other spreadsheet software programs that only allow you to sort and filter rows of numeric data, VisualSpreadsheet gives you the ability to sort and filter actual images.
Ultimately this gives you a more in-depth analysis of your sample and a better understanding of your data.
VisualSpreadsheet turns your data into insight!
VisualSpreadsheet Version 4 has been retired as of June 30th, 2021.
Version 5 represents the biggest software update in our company's history. Customers in the US and Canada using FlowCam 8000, FlowCam Cyano, FlowCam Macro and satellite licenses are eligible to upgrade to the newest version.
Upgrading to VisualSpreadsheet 5 comes with the following benefits:
The new database structure provides increased efficiency of data storage, improved data retrieval, faster file processing time, and increased file stability.
Watch the video to learn about some new features of VisualSpreadsheet 5:
While VisualSpreadsheet 5 is not compatible with legacy VS FlowCam instruments, those users are eligible to upgrade their satellite licenses to take advantage of the powerful processing platform through the use of a data importer. Files from as far back as VisualSpreadsheet version 3.2 can be easily imported into the new platform.
VisualSpreadsheet is included with all FlowCam instruments. A satellite version is also available so you can work with your FlowCam data on your own computer. Contact us for more information!
VisualSpreadsheet allows you to work with the particle images captured by FlowCam just like a typical spreadsheet. Watch this short video to see how you can easily filter and sort your data based on a variety of parameters.
VisualSpreadsheet allows you to select data ranges to analyze directly from a scattergram or histogram.
You can create a basic value filter in VisualSpreadsheet that will match and select only those particles you are interested in analyzing.
Automatically define particles based on what they look like using VisualSpreadsheet. By creating libraries you can sort and classify matching particles and get accurate counts.