The data is given as a .tif stack and can be viewed with Fiji/ImageJ. Simply drag and drop the file and you can scroll between the different times during drying. The time of the process is given in the form hh:mm in the top left corner. Bright structures are dense (cell walls, ice), while darker structures are less dense (vacuum, air). Notice that X and Y describe the horizontal dimensions of the carrot disc, while Z describes the height. As a result, the scan in the X-Y-layer shows a horizontal cut through the carrot, while the scan in the X-Z-layer shows a vertical cut.