Large-scale analysis of high-speed atomic force microscopy data sets using adaptive image processing

Blake W. Erickson, Séverine Coquoz, Jonathan D. Adams, Daniel J. Burns and Georg E. Fantner

Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2012, 3, 747–758. doi:10.3762/bjnano.3.84

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Supporting Information File 1: Further details on imaging and image processing
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Supporting Information File 2: Image sequence movie
The movie shows the entire image sequence of the fully corrected data, with vertical median correction, from Figure 7. Each frame is approximately three seconds apart. The vertical scale of all images is in nanometers.
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Supporting Information File 3: User Manual
The user manual presented here contains a brief description of how to use the program and the parameters available for each channel.
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