MotilityLab is an on-line community resource for performing quantitative and statistical analyses of cell tracks, as acquired by intravital two-photon or confocal microscopy.
No installation is required to use MotilityLab. You just need a modern web browser. We recommend Firefox or Google Chrome. WebGL is needed for 3D visualization functionality. Click here to find out whether your browser supports WebGL (older versions of Internet Explorer don't).
Much of the functionality of the MotilityLab website, and some additional
functionality, is also available as an R package, which is being
developed at R-forge
(link to project homepage). To get started, you can
download the PDF manual
and install the package
using the following R command:
A research paper describing MotilityLab is in preparation. Please check this page for updates on how to cite MotilityLab if you use it in your research.
MotilityLab is developed by an international group.
In Vivo Imaging Core Group (Miller Lab)
Washington University, St Louis (MO), USA
Theoretical Biology & Bioinformatics group
Utrecht University, The Netherlands