[Cytometry] Free Alternative to FlowJo
jwi at ceh.ac.uk
Thu Feb 13 09:47:23 EST 2014
I would be cautious with flowingsoftware. The current version and some versions of its predecessor cyflogic seem to have a fault in the scaling of the y axis of histogram plots (counts versus fluorescence), making them appear to have more counts than they actually do. The related statistics are OK. It's a pity, because I like using it. Early versions of cyflogic did not have this problem.
I have emailed them, but have had no response. I would be glad if others would check my impression of this.
From: Hugo Tharinger [hugo.tharinger at u-psud.fr]
Sent: 27 January 2014 09:39
To: cytometry at lists.purdue.edu
Subject: Re: [Cytometry] Free Alternative to FlowJo
You can try Flowing It is free! : http://www.flowingsoftware.com/
I find it pretty good for basic flow cytometry analysis.
(You should start with the tutorials since the logic of the software is
a bit different from FlowJo or others.)
Le 26/01/2014 10:12, christopher.fogarty at helsinki.fi a écrit :
> Hi Flowers,
> I was wondering if there's a free/open source (or at least cheaper)
> alternative to FlowJo out there.
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