Date(s) - 2018-03-01
09:30 CET - 12:00 CET
The number of microscopy experiments requiring 3-D analysis is increasing and we thus need to expore different solutions of analysing this data.
ImageJ is the default “go-to” tool for most biological researchers and it is therefore very important to understand what it can do in terms of 3-D analysis.
During this meeting we will explore and discuss different solutions in ImageJ that allow 3-D analysis and quantification.
The general idea is that all participants quickly demonstrate what they tried already themselves such that we have a list of the available options.
It is important to also show what did not work, e.g. where even the installation did not work.
The aim of this meeting is to identify good solutions and ideally agree on using similar tools such that we can help each other more efficiently in the future.
It is very likely that there will be follow up meetings on this or a related topic to discuss further issues.
Everybody is welcome! However, as this is not a course, you will benefit most if you already have used ImageJ and maybe even tried some 3-D analysis that you would like to present during the meeting.
Bookings are closed for this event.