SPIP is the standard program for processing and presenting AFM data in our lab since 4 years. We appreciate that SPIP is frequently updated and that our suggestions and requirements were integrated in SPIP.

Hermann Schillers, Dr. , Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Institute of Physiology II
Dec. 18, 2016

Some of the tools I´ve used so far include plane adjustment, FFT, gradient processing, histograms of height, rotation of image, to name a few; all of which are useful in the analysis of our SPM images.

Diedrich Schmidt, PhD Candidate Research Assistant, Olmstead Research Group, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
Dec. 18, 2016

I rely heavily on SPIP and appreciate the support that I and my students have received from Image Metrology.

Harry J. Ploehn, Prof. , University of South Carolina, Department of Chemical Engineering
Dec. 18, 2016

I am working with the main SFM producers. Every SFM has special requirements in the analyzing part of the software but with SPIP it is possible to analyze all measurement with a single software. In addition, SPIP offers an enormous number of possibilities

Christine Müller, Dr., TU Kaiserslautern, Department of Physics, AG Ziegler
Feb. 15, 2017

I like very much to work with SPIP software package. It is very flexible and user friendly. It is a powerful tool not only for SPM, STM data processing but also for other images. I always appreciate a scientific result sustained in a suggestive graphical way and, why not, artistic if possible. With SPIP, science can be also an art!

Mirela Suchea, Dr., Cuza University of Iasi Romania
Feb. 15, 2017

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