Electronic Imaging for Microscopy: Data Fusion
Client: U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory - Wright-Pattersion AFB
Example Data Sets
|Data Set Designation||Description||Zip Format||File Size|
|IN100||This data set was obtained using the WPAFB FIB by Dr. M. Uchic et. el. and is generally known as 'THE' IN100 data set. It was acquired on June 25th, 2004 (and following days) and consists of 170 slices. There are 7 images (3 ION and 4 SE Images) + 1 EBSD Scan (TSL OIM .ang files per slice.||IN100_Raw.zip||887,919,833 Bytes|
|IN100 Subset||Same as above but only a subset of the slices (20 slices total)||IN100_Raw_Subset.zip||106,552,154 Bytes|
|IN100 Aligned||This data set was obtained using the WPAFB FIB by Dr. M. Uchic et. el. and is generally known as 'THE' IN100 data set. It was acquired on June 25th, 2004 (and following days) and consists of 170 slices. There are 4 images (4 SE Images) + 1 EBSD Scan (TSL OIM .ang files per slice. The SE Images are aligned in 3D and to each other. The .ang files are the original TSL OIM Scans.||IN100_Aligned.zip||345,416,428 Bytes|
|Ebsd Test Data||This data was acquired at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Air Force Research Laboratory. This data set consists of an EBSD Scan of a Ni alloy and the kikuchi patterns for each point in the EBSD scan.||Ebsd_Test_Data.zip||50,038,327 Bytes|
If you do have have TSL software to display the EBSD data there are a few alternatives.
• DREAM.3D can import and generate a .vtk (ParaView compatible) file for you.
• There is a EBSD plugin available for ParaView 3.14.1 that can read individual .ang or .ctf files and display the data
• You can request the raw source codes for the .ang and .ctf readers from the DREAM.3D developers.