2D analysis with respect to a horizontal plane – detect grains by binarization on a horizontal plane at a user-selected level with interactive preview – apply morphological operators to merge or separate grains – partition grains into sub-sets with respect to any parameter – generate statistics for all grains, subsets of grains or individual grains – visualize grain topography by overlaying the 3D surface topography on binarized grains using binary masking.

⇒ 3D analysis with respect to a height – detect islands above a threshold height with interactive preview – calculate parameters for individual islands including volume – generate statistics on all islands.

Motifs (texture cell) analysis – detect motifs using advanced ISO 25178 segmentation by watersheds and Wolf pruning algorithms – view hill motifs (bumps), dale motifs (holes) and shapes (on irregular surfaces) – change settings to merge or divide motifs into significant motifs – color motifs or superimpose them on surface topography – fit spheres to motifs (for microlens arrays) – calculate morphological parameters for individual motifs including sphere parameters – generate statistics on all motifs.

Calculate the new ISO 25178 features parameters (Spd, Spc, S5p, S5v, S10z, Sha, Sda, Shv, Sdv) – apply the new, more accurate Spd (peak density) and Spc (arithmetic mean peak curvature) parameters in tribological studies, for example for plasticity and elasticity.

Analyze texture direction – display a compass rose showing texture direction(s) – calculate surface isotropy.
Analyze furrows (dermatology) – detect and visualize furrows above or below a threshold height – calculate furrow parameters: max depth, mean depth and mean density.

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