TAPAS now supports uploads in the ASCII matrix format
The Timepix Analysis Platform At School allows you to analyse the data you collect from Timepix detectors, producing particle counts that you can easily use for your own analysis. You can download the results of this analysis, and view information about it on this site.
Before you can start using this service, you will need to have an account. You can register one here. You will then need to choose your institution.View Data Upload Data
For more advanced analysis of data, you can use programs such as Microsoft Excel/LibreOffice or write scripts in
Python to work with the CSV files that you can download from TAPAS.
There's even command line tools for running analysis, most of which have been written in Python and can be found here: https://github.com/cernatschool.
Or, why not write your own analysis algorithms? Let us know what you work on and we can include it in the back-end analysis on TAPAS for your project.