Mantis Viewer is an application developed by the Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy for viewing and analyzing multi-channel pathology imaging, such as IHC, Vectra, MIBI, IMC, CODEX, or other technologies. It has been designed to be highly performant and responsive when analyzing both large and small images and to support workflows with segmentation data.
You can download the current stable version of Mantis Viewer from the latest release page on our GitHub. If you’re interested in being a beta tester you can download pre-releases from the list of releases on our GitHub. We provide a dmg for installing on Macs, an exe installer for installing on Windows, an AppImage for installing on Linux, and the source code in case you’d like to build the application. Once you’ve downloaded the appropriate file for your operating system, open the file and install the application. Once you have installed the application, head on over to opening and interacting with images to learn how to use it!
Mantis users can find support and discussion on the image.sc forums. Make sure to add the
mantis tag any posts that you make about Mantis to make sure the right people see it. You can also include an
@rj3d mention if you want to get the lead developer of Mantis involved in the conversation.
You can use the form below if you’d like to join our mailing list and be notified of new versions of Mantis when they’re released.
Please cite Mantis Viewer using the following citation:
Robert Schiemann, Pier Federico Gherardini, Robin Kageyama, Mike Travers, & Lacey Kitch. Mantis Viewer. Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4009579
You may also cite the specific version of Mantis that you used instead if you wish. You can get citations for specific versions on the Mantis Viewer Zenodo Page
Mantis Viewer is distributed under a GPLv3 license. Check out the Mantis Viewer GitHub page if you have a bug to report or if you are interested in adding features to Mantis.