February 18, 2013: Announcing Corelyzer 2.0!
Corelyzer 2.0 runs on nearly any Mac or PC
desktop or laptop built in the last several years, and supports single
or multiple monitors.
We encourage you to try out and use Corelyzer. Note that existing session files (*.cml) and archive files (*.car) work with the new version. However, loading them into v2.0 for the first time will be slow while a new image cache is created.
Major improvements since 1.4.0:
• Compatibility. Now runs on 32- or 64-bit operating systems: Mac OS 10.5 to 10.8, or Windows XP/Vista/7/8.
• Streamlined, more flexible image loading. Given a list of image files, Corelyzer suggests a sorting and placement within new and/or existing tracks. Users can then customize this suggestion to their liking.
• Improved performance. Reduced image memory consumption by 50%. Increased image cache size to 768MB to reflect memory available on modern systems. Optimized rendering performance. More responsive and fluid with many section images loaded, and at high zoom levels.
• Right-click adjustments. The position and appearance of sections within a track can be adjusted in various ways: stacking (gaps between sections are removed), trimming (the visible region of sections can be clipped from the top or bottom, e.g. to remove imagery that includes a color card), and staggering (every other section is moved up so ends can be seen clearly).
• Improved graphing. Values can be excluded from plots. Graph properties can be defined and edited for multiple sections. A color selected for a given datatype will be used for all plots of that datatype. Graph customizations persist when closing and re-opening session files.
• Note that some features, such as annotations, remain relatively immature at present.
Corelyzer is released under the GNU Lesser General Public License.
To run Corelyzer 2.0, you'll need to install the Java7 runtime. Please download and install the latest Java Development Kit or Java Runtime Environment here.
If you see an error message saying "The program can't start because MSVCR100.dll is missing from your computer" when you launch Corelyzer, you'll also need to install Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Runtime libraries. An installer can be downloaded here.
Macintosh OS X Users:
The latest version of the Java Runtime Environment should already be installed, courtesy of the Software Update utility.
|Current Release||Release date||Description|
|Corelyzer Version 2.0.2||02/13/2013||Corelyzer v2.0.2, Getting Started|
|Corelyzer source code||Up to date||Corelyzer source code on github.|
|Correlator Version 1.6.93 (PC)
Correlator Version 1.6.95 (Mac)
Correlator v1.6.93, and v1.6.95 Getting Started
You can also get previous versions.
|Correlator source code||Up to date||Correlator source code. Please use subversion to checkout the main trunk (svn://cube.evl.uic.edu/corewall/correlator).|
|Corelyzer Sample Datasets||Please right click the link and select "Download linked file" to save as a whole Core ARchive file||Please load the Core ARchive file with "Import..." in Corelyzer v0.7.8 or above|
|1218C core images and MST data (40MB)||Dec 2006||Dataset courtesy of CoreWall partner, IODP Janus Web Database|
|GLAD4-HST03 (80MB)||Dec 2006||Dataset courtesy of CoreWall partner, LacCore Project|
Please use the following links to ask questions, report a bug or difficulties in setup, or to request a new feature.
We will reply to your submission as soon as possible.
Corelyzer Feedback Form
Correlator Feedback Form