Cloud2 – GUI

A powerful tool to process data files. Cloud (to) can transform, process and evaluate data such as point clouds, vector fields, space curves and meshes.

Version 13.10.17

This program is owned by Heiko Stark. It can be used free of charge for non-commercial use. For the common citations in publications please use the following entry “Cloud2 software (Heiko Stark, Jena, Germany, URL: https://starkrats.de).


An installer for Windows and Linux can be found here: Software

cloud2 64bit (Windows & Wine/Darwine)
cloud2 32bit (Windows, ReactOS & Wine/Darwine)

cloud2 64bit (MacOS X with Quartz/GTK2 & Darling)
cloud2 32bit (MacOS X with Quartz/GTK2 & Darling)

cloud2 64bit (Linux with GTK2)
cloud2 32bit (Linux with GTK2)

cloud2 64bit (FreeBSD with GTK2)
cloud2 32bit (FreeBSD with GTK2)

cloud2 64bit (Solaris with GTK2)
cloud2 32bit (Solaris with GTK2)

cloud2 64bit (Dragonfly with GTK2)
cloud2 32bit (Dragonfly with GTK2)

Note: Intel 32bit runs also on 64bit systems, but only with 4GB memory!

// Make a surface with a hole
set.red
set.ref.red
formula.random.point.plane -10 1 10 <0, 0, 0> <0, 0, 1> -10 1 10
bool.inside.circle
bool.erase.cursor.point <0, 0, 0, 0> 4 100
set.ref.green 
mesh.clean.surface 0.1
// end

// Create a video
for 360
begin
	number #= -5 for.count
 	filename := "image-" number ".ppm"
	screenshotyz filename <1000, 1000>
	transform.rotate <0, 0, 1>
end
// end

// Norm lines of a graph
for object.length
	set.red
	set.ref.green 
	bool.move.line
	
 	unset.red
	set.green 
	unset.blue	
	transform.norm.y 0 100
	
	set.green 
	set.ref.blue 
	bool.move.line
end
// end



counter := 0

procedure shot
	number #= -5 counter
 	filename := "/home/tiger/Work/Projekt-Beagle/Modell/Data/2018 04 24/" "image-" number ".png"
	screenshot.xy filename <640; 480>
	counter += counter 1
end

set.purple
unset.cyan
set.yellow
set.blue
set.green
set.red
new.all

set.cyan 
set.ref.purple 
bool.copy.layer

shot

for 1 100
	set.cyan
	set.ref.red
	calculate.begin.lines.move
	shot
	set.red 
	edit.objects.to.one.object
	calculate.mean // sd
	shot
	set.ref.blue 
	bool.move.point
	shot
end

set.blue
edit.objects.to.one.object
edit.objects.to.one.line
edit.objects.to.loops
edit.smooth.lines 3 5
edit.smooth.lines 3 5
edit.smooth.lines 3 5

shot
// saved on date 3.5.2018 | time 14:11:17:43 h

Rosin S & Nyakatura JA (2017). Hind limb extensor muscle architecture reflects locomotor specialisations of a jumping and a striding quadrupedal caviomorph rodent. Zoomorphology 136: 267. DOI:10.1007/s00435-017-0349-8

Kupczik K, Stark H, Mundry R, Neininger F, Heidlauf T, Röhrle O (2015). Reconstruction of muscle fascicle architecture from iodine-enhanced microCT images: a combined texture mapping and streamline approach. Journal of Theoretical Biology 382 (7): 34–43. DOI:10.1016/j.jtbi.2015.06.034 / ISSN:0022-5193

Nyakatura JA, Stark H (2015). Aberrant back muscle function correlates with intramuscular architecture of dorsovertebral muscles in two-toed sloths. Mammalian Biology – Zeitschrift Für Säugetierkunde 80 (2): 114–121. DOI:10.1016/j.mambio.2015.01.002 / ISSN:1616-5047

Stark H, Fröber R, Schilling N (2013) Intramuscular architecture of the autochthonous back muscles in humans. Journal of Anatomy 222 (2): 214–222. DOI:10.1111/joa.12005 / ISSN:0021-8782

Stark H, Schilling N (2010) A novel method of studying fascicle architecture in relaxed and contracted muscles. Journal of Biomechanics 43 (15): 2897-2903. DOI:10.1016/j.jbiomech.2010.07.031 / ISSN:0021-9220



If you want to send me a bug report or have some suggestions about what future versions of ‘cloud2’ should support you can contact me either by email (bugs[@]starkrats[dot]de).