- Introduction to Mathematical Morphology
- Morphological filtering of greyscale images
- Segmentation, e.g. focused on Watershed
- Image quantification (analysis of regions, texture analysis)
A collection is a software that encapsulate a set of bioimage components and/or workflows.
The one-day course is focused on processing microscopy images showing cells and nuclei. We will dive through segmenting objects, measuring their properties, managing measurements in tables and plotting results.
A lecture about challenges and solutions for GPU-accelerating bio-image analysis workflows and running them in the cloud.
Fractal is a framework to process high-content imaging data at scale and prepare it for interactive visualization. Fractal provides distributed workflows that convert TBs of image data into OME-Zarr files. The platform then processes the 3D image data by applying tasks like illumination correction, maximum intensity projection, 3D segmentation using cellpose and measurements using napari workflows. The pyramidal OME-Zarr files enable interactive visualization in the napari viewer.
These slides are from an early demo of Fractal in November 2022