Feb 05.2020 - Version: 2.55
Gwyddion is a modular program for SPM (scanning probe microscopy) data visualization and analysis. Primarily it is intended for the analysis of height fields obtained by scanning probe microscopy techniques (AFM, MFM, STM, SNOM/NSOM) and it supports a lot of SPM data formats. However, it can be used for general height field and (greyscale) image processing, for instance for the analysis of profilometry data or thickness maps from imaging spectrophotometry.
Gwyddion provides a large number of data processing functions, including all the standardd statistical characterization, levelling and data correction, filtering or grain marking functions. And since the developers are active SPM users, the program also contains a number of specific, uncommon, odd and experimental data processing methods they found useful and you may find them useful too.
* Flatpak app
flatpak --user install net.gwyddion.Gwyddion
or without --user for system installation.
* Gentoo Linux package
It may be masked though (at the time of writing this it's masked as a new package) so you may need to add
See Gentoo sci-visualization/gwyddion package page for current package status.
* Ubuntu package
sudo apt-get install gwyddion
Screenshots Gwyddion for Linux
Used it during my MSc studies as an auxiliary to the NanoScope Aalysis. Good job!
Almost excellent software for AFM analysis ; to my knowledge, the best one!
grain size analysis, AFM corrections, simulated AFM pics... many many useful features in an efficient and user friendly soft
Very powerful image processing software, and free!
All sorts of flattening algorithms and masking to calculate surface coverage of various features, and study topography of AFM images