Morphome3cs II is a software product developed in cooperation with Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of Charles University in Prague. Its aim is the integration of the functions such as landmark and curve placement, the statistical analysis of this data and presentation of results. A noteworthy part is also the tool for dense mesh analysis that works directly with surface models. Morphome3cs is an integrated environment for research in anthropology and archaeology as well as a solid testbed for new registration and visualisation methods.
This project was supported by GAUK 1388213.
Official site of the project.
Landmark placement and specimen management
Landmarks can be places in 2D photographs, 3D surface models and volume. Specimens with their landmark sets and ancillary data can be conveniently stored within a specimen table.
Explorative analysis tools
Morphome3cs has a plethora of tools for explorative and confirmatory data analysis. They work on landmarks and other data. More statistical methods can be quickly implemented using scriptability in Python and R.
Nonlandmark and dense mesh methods
Finally, Morphome3cs features a rich set of tools for the analysis of methods that work with whole meshes, including DCA, CPD-DCA, asymmetry and paired analysis. On top of that, Morphome3cs serves as a test bed for the development of new powerful registration and analysis algorithms.