WOO HOO! You are done analyzing your Western blot data with Image Studio Lite. SUPER JOB!!
Now, I bet you want to export your data and create a lab report to give to your boss, right? Image Studio Lite offers the ability to export data for use in spreadsheet programs such as Microsoft Excel – and this video tutorial will walk you just how to do this.
In this last video tutorial, you will learn how to print a lab report from Image Studio Lite software. You can create standardized or custom lab reports (add your institution logo, lab name, etc) that can be shared with colleagues — and your boss! — or used to create daily research logs.
If at any time you need a refresher on how to use this free Western blot analysis software, you can view all of the tutorial videos and access all the support documents on our Image Studio Support page.
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Okay, next you might want to adjust your Western blot image appearance. This can be done by using the Brightness/Contrast slider located on the right hand side of the screen. This quick video tutorial also shows you how you can do more advanced adjustments by using image Lookup histograms or Lookup tables.
Wow! Your Western blot image analysis is looking pretty darn good! Great job!
Have you told your friends about Image Studio Lite? Be sure to spread the word about this easy-to-use (and FREE!) Western blot analysis software. Just tell them to go right away to the Image Studio Lite web page and download their free copy. And, now that you have reviewed the tutorials so far – you can help them really get going fast!
Next up – exporting data and printing lab reports.
Once you have imported your Western blot image and have adjusted it to be just how you like it, you can now add shapes and begin analysis in Image Studio Lite. Luke Miller (of ImageJ tutorial fame) also wrote some really informative, helpful instructions on how to use Image Studio Lite.
In this series of posts, you will discover how easy it is to use Image Studio™ Lite. This free Western blot analysis software from LI-COR® allows you to easily create your own work area and then import images from numerous sources. So, if you have an old film scan, or an image from another chemiluminescent Western blot imaging system, try using this free Western blot analysis software. In subsequent posts, we will talk about the other functionalities of Image Studio Lite.
This second video walks through the steps needed to import an image into Image Studio Lite. Image Studio Lite analyzes images in the tif, png, or jpeg format as well as images acquired with past versions of the Odyssey® or Pearl® imaging systems software.
Image Studio™ Lite 3.1 is Western blot analysis software that is compatible with most image files and systems and is available for FREE download from the LI-COR website. Here are 3 short videos that will get you up and running quickly with Image Studio Lite, whether you have a Mac®-based system or a Windows®-based system.
Multiplex Westerns can be imaged on any of the Odyssey® Imagers and provide results for a possible maximum of 48 targets on a single membrane — 24 per channel with two-color detection — and the option for quantitative analysis, saving you time and reagents! The MPX Blotting System can be used if you need to optimize:
If you would like to get an idea of how easy Image Studio Software is to use, try our free version – Image Studio Lite. Image Studio Lite allows you to analyze Western blot images but does not operate your LI-COR instrument to acquire images. Try it FREE – download now! Then, tell your friends – they are sure to want a copy, too!
Image Studio™ Lite is Western blot analysis software that is compatible with most image files and systems and is available as a FREE download from the LI-COR website.
Just fill in the form and you will receive an email with a link to your Image Studio Lite download (Mac® and Windows® versions available). Watch the short tutorial videos and learn about all of the features and functions of Image Studio Lite.