All reports will open a table of text that can be copy/pasted into another program for further analysis.
Reports can be generated directly from each stack window.
Tip. Use keyboard '[' in any stack window to open and close the left stack db panel.
- Keyboard ‘e’ In the ‘Line Segments’ section of the main stack db panel to display a summary of each segment.
- Keyboard ‘E’ In the ‘Line Segments’ section of the main stack db panel to display the entire line (all 3D points)
Points (stack db)
- Keyboard ‘e’ In the ‘Points’ section of the main stack db panel to display the stack db as a table.
- Keyboard ‘i’ In the ‘Points’ section of the main stack db panel to display intensity analysis as a table.
A segment report display statistics for each segment in a stack. It displays the length of the segment, the number and density of spines, the x/y/z position of the segment, and the number of each user spine type (e.g. mushroom, stubby, etc.). A segment report can be generated for individual stacks or a map.
To generate a segment report for each segment in a stack
- In a stack window, keyboard ‘o’ for output report.
- In the Stack Browser, select a stack in the list, keyboard ‘o’ for output report.
- In the Stack Browser, right click a stack in the list of stacks and select ‘Segment Report’.
- In the Stack Browser, right click a folder in the list folders (on the left) and select ‘Segment Report (All Stack)’.
The columns in a segment report are as follows
|numSpines||Total number of spines = goodSpines + badSpines|
|goodSpines||Number of good spines.|
|badSpines||Number of bad spines.|
|totalLen||(2D) Total segment length (um)|
|goodLen||(2D) Segment length (um) from most distal good spines.|
|totalDen||(2D) Total density of all spines = numSpines / totalLen|
|goodDen||(2D) Density of good spines = goodSpines / goodLen|
|nUnknown||Number of spines with userType ‘Unknown’|
|nMushroom||Number of spines with userType ‘Mushroom’|
|nFilapodia||Number of spines with userType ‘Filapodia’|
|nLong||Number of spines with userType ‘Long’|
|nStubby||Number of spines with userType ‘Stubby’|
A dynamics report is used for a map. For each session in a map, it will calculate the length of each segment (um), the density of spines, the number of added spines, the number of subtracted spines, etc., etc.
In any map plot, right-click and select ‘Dynamics Report’. If the map plot is displaying ‘All Segment’, a table for each segment will be opened. Otherwise, one table for the current ‘Map Segment ID’ will be opened.
|numSpines||Total number of spines, goodSpines + badSpines|
|goodSpines||Total number of good spines|
|badSpines||Total number of bad spines|
|totalLen||Total segment length (um)|
|goodLen||Segment length between most distal good spines.|
|totalDen||Total density = numSpines / totalLen|
|goodDen||Density of good spines = goodSpines / goodLen|
|nAdd||Number of added spines.|
|nSub||Number of subtracted spines (at the current session)|
|nSub2||Number of subtracted spines (from the previous session)|
|pAdd||Percent added = nAdd / goodSpines from previous session * 100|
|pSub||Percent subtracted =|
|dAdd||Density added =|
|dSub||Density subtracted =|
|np||New persistent =|
|nt||New transient =|
|lp||Lost persistent =|
|lt||Lost transient =|