It is important to note that ImageQuantify.com is intended for use as a tool in preclinical studies only. It is NOT intended for, and has not received clearance for, use with images from human subjects or patients. Please refrain from submitting medical images obtained from human subjects for analysis on the site. Doing so violates our Terms of Service, and processing requests made on clinical imaging albums will be rejected when identifiable.

If you are interested in implementing automated imaging analysis solutions in your clinical work, please contact ImageIQ, Inc.

 

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IQbots represent an extremely powerful tool for preclinical researchers. Their imaging analytics help to ensure the extraction of quantitative data, while greatly reducing the costs and time associated with manual analysis methods. However, when it comes to imaging, no software tool is completely infallible. While we have gone to great lengths to ensure that our IQbots are reliable and robust, it is possible to submit types of images that our software has not yet encountered and which it is not prepared to process. If you find that to be the case, please contact our support team so that we can resolve your issue and improve upon our product development roadmap.

An IQbot’s ability to deliver data is a direct product of the quality of the images that you submit. Each individual IQbot is accompanied by image acquisition guidelines specific to the relevant technique or assay. Where applicable, rejection criteria are explicitly identified. IQbot validation is performed only on data sets meeting those criteria.

If you are uncertain whether or not your images meet the quality standards for which an IQbot was validated, or have additional questions relating to what can you expect to achieve via the ImageQuantify.com platform, please view our FAQs or contact the ImageQuantify.com support team. 

 

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Our current catalog of IQbots supports analysis of images collected on a number of distinct modalities utilizing various image acquisition techniques:

Bright Field Microscopy  Fundus Photography
Confocal Microscopy  Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
Electron Microscopy  Positron Emission Tomography (PET)
Fluorescence Microscopy  Small-Animal Positron Emission Tomography (Small-Animal PET)
High Resolution & High Throughput Microscopy  Ultrasound Imaging
Large Field of View Microscopy  X-Ray Computed Tomography (CT)
 Polarized Light Microscopy  X-Ray Microtomography (micro-CT) 
                     Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM)                      X-Ray Radiography