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Huygens Deconvolution Express

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The Huygens Deconvolution Express makes use of smart templates and the high-quality deconvolution algorithms in Huygens to restore your images in a matter of seconds. Deconvolution Express is a tool that helps to reveal great image detail, less blur and less noise, with one click of a button. Huygens makes this possible by using unsupervised profiles for finding acceptable parameter values, for which user input is generally needed. Learn more.
Deconvolution Express is a tool that helps to reveal great image detail, less blur and less noise, with one click of a button. Huygens makes this possible by using unsupervised profiles for finding acceptable parameter values. The Deconvolution Wizard is still the advanced recommended tool for optimizing deconvloution and requires all input from the user, Deconvolution Express can be quite helpful in getting a first impression of the quality attainable on an image.
There are four different unsupervised profiles:
  • Fast: in this unsupervised profile Huygens uses faster deconvolution algorithms or fewer iterations than in other profiles. The ratio “speed versus quality gain” is particularly suited for widefield images.
  • Standard (Default choice): this choice is a good trade-off between speed, resolution gain, and noise reduction.
  • Aggressive: this is the method of choice for reaching higher resolution. It is recommended for images containing high enough signal. It is less suitable for images with sparse signal such as e.g., STED or low signal confocal images.
  • Conservative: this profile is more cautious on attempting a very high resolution gain. Instead, it is very effective at reducing image noise. Therefore, it should be a safe mode for avoiding image artifacts.


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