[Neutron] Mantid Imaging 2.0

Tygier, Sam (STFC,RAL,ISIS) sam.tygier at stfc.ac.uk
Fri Jan 29 15:53:26 CET 2021

This email announces the official release of Mantid Imaging 2.0.

The first production-ready version of Mantid Imaging.

MANTID Imaging is a graphical toolkit for processing neutron imaging and tomography data written in Python 3. It provides an easy-to-use graphical interface to a wide range of pre/post-processing operations, tilt correction and reconstruction algorithms, accommodating for tomography users with varying data complexity and image analysis background knowledge. It utilises a flexible plugin system that allows easy integration of external software and has allowed us to re-use software widely known in the neutron tomography community.

Release Notes

The release has been published on https://anaconda.org/mantid/mantidimaging/files . It is also available from https://github.com/mantidproject/mantidimaging . It is deployed for STFC users in the IDAaaS VM system.

Documentation and a user guide can be found at

For user support please contact:
mantidimagingsupport at stfc365.onmicrosoft.com

Thanks to all involved in the development. Full citations can be found at https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4451979

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