Image Analysis and Computing Drop In
Wednesdays at 14.00
A regular session offering support for all image analysis and computing tasks. The session starts with a short talk (~10 mins) on a relevant topic followed by time for questions and chat. If you are not interested in the talk topic please join after 14.20. The next talk will be:
18th May: I2K round up
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The talks are made available after the session on the Demonstration Videos page. You must be logged in to view this page.
Details of available analysis machines and resources for connecting and mapping network drives. You must be logged in to view this page.
Suggestions for how to save and store your data. You must be logged in to view this page.
Details for sharing data using OMERO.
Beta Testers Wanted
Want to be the first to try out new tools for data analysis? Join us as a Beta Tester! Email camdu at warwick dot ac dot uk for more information.
Image Analysis Projects
Do you have a big image analysis project you'd like some expert help on?
Please fill out this interest form.
autoQC is an ImageJ plugin for automating microscope quality control routines. It includes four separate workflows:
- Automatically generating resolution values;
- Automatically calculating multichannel coalignment via maximum pixel shift;
- Automatically calculating maximum field of view intensity decrease;
- Automatically calculating maximum stage drift for stage reproducibility analysis.
The latest plugin release is available from this linkLink opens in a new window
Installation instructions: simply place the JAR file inside the "plugins" folder of your ImageJ/Fiji install.