EMnIM relates data from the experimental techniques Electron Microscopy (EM) with Collision Cross-Section (CCS) measured via Ion Mobility Mass Spectrometry (IM-MS). EMnIM aims are to:
1. provide a means to define an appropriate EM threshold value, leading to a density map representation more representative of actual data
2. allow the validation of IM-MS data against EM maps
3. allow the estimation of CCS from density maps.

EMniM Software is available for download using this form:

The Software is distributed "AS IS" under this Licence solely for non-commercial use. If you are interested in using the Software commercially, please contact the technology transfer company of the University, to negotiate a licence. Contact details are: enquiries@innovation.ox.ac.uk

When using EMnIM, please cite:
Matteo T. Degiacomi, Justin L.P. Benesch, EMnIM: software for relating ion mobility mass spectrometry and electron microscopy data, Analyst, no. 1 (2016): 70-75, doi: 10.1039/C5AN01636C.