OPUS Video3D 3DChemicalImaging

OPUS/3D: Chemical Imaging

OPUS/3D is a modern and intuitive spectral imaging software package for comfortable 3D data processing, evaluation and visualization. For visual and spectral data from micro-spectroscopic analysis e.g. with the Bruker microscopes LUMOS II, HYPERION, SENTERRA II and RamanScope III, the OPUS/3D Chemical Imaging window provides powerful tools and functions.

  • Broad Variety of 2D and 3D Views for the display of chemical images resulting from regular (line, rectangular) and irregular mapping measurements.
  • View for user-selected Spectra in a 3D file.



OPUS/3D, chemical imaging example screenshot
  • Identification of Sample Components by library search of individual spectra from 3D data.
  • Uni- and multivariate Evaluation of 3D spectral Data. Selection of available methods:
    - Integration of user-defined bands (interactive and by predefined methods)
    - Peak picking
    - Quantification via univariate and multivariate (PLS) calibrations
    - Correlation of 3D data with single component spectra
    - 3D cluster analysis
    - Principal component analysis (PCA) of 3D data including calculation of loadings and factors
  • Combination of up to 8 Components in one Red Green Blue image (classical and “winner takes it all”).
OPUS/3D, chemical imaging example screenshot
  • Processing of 3D spectral Data. Selection of available methods:
    - Atmospheric compensation for minimized spectral interference by water vapor and CO2
    - Subtraction of single and multiple spectra with automatic determination of scaling factor
    - Normalization functions (minimum-maximum- and vector normalization, offset correction)
    - Calculation of derivative spectra
    - Conversion of spectra (Absorbance, transmittance, ATR, reflectance)
  • Processing of individual Spectra inside 3D files
  • Extraction of single Spectra Files from 3D Data and creation of 3D data from single files
  • High Quality Export of all Views to different graphical formats, clipboard or printer
  • Export to MATLAB 3D format
OPUS/3D, chemical imaging example screenshot