is the open-source quantitative analysis toolkit for animal experiments. It provides the easy video preprocessing by the visual programming and estimates positions and/or orientations of each animals. In addition, it can also analyze the output-data; the distance from the designated position, the region-of-interests and the interactions between each animal.
The new version was released. And, finally, the paper is out now!.
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UMATracker is "UMATracker", not "UMA Tracker" or "UmaTracker".
NO space, "UMA" and "T" is upper case. ;-)
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UMATracker has been used in, or cited by following publications:
M. G. N. Crozara,
Um sistema de código aberto para registro e análise de dados comportamentais categóricos, morfológicos e cinemáticos em animais de laboratório,
Master thesis (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina), 2017.
S. Yokoi, S. Ansai, M. Kinoshita, K. Naruse, Y. Kamei, L. J. Young, T. Okuyama and H. Takeuchi,
Mate-guarding behavior enhances male reproductive success via familiarization with mating partners in medaka fish,
Frontiers in Zoology, 2016.
UMATracker has been used in the following lectures/workshops/courses:
The non-profit research or educational use
You can use UMATracker freely. If you publish the paper which made use of UMATracker, please refer "UMATracker" in your paper and tell us. If you use UMATracker in your lecture, please let us know.
The use in a commercial enterprise
Please contact us. We will provide the additional information about the commercial license and support.
This project has been supported by
The Exploratory IT Human Resources Project (The MITOH Program),
The project summary in Japanese