Data for: Microscopy-spectroscopy SI: high spatiotemporal resolution data from a custom magnetic tweezers instrument

Published: 31-03-2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/r5sk6z3v9k.1
David Dulin


The three-dimensional bead position was acquired using a MT setup interfaced using custom Labview 2016 routines. Frame numbers, time stamp and x,y,z positions of the beads were saved as a tab delimited .txt file (raw data). When force was applied during the measurement, two more .txt files were generated: one describing the magnet position and the residence time at each position and a second containing a time stamp of magnet movement. Data were analyzed and plotted using Python.