Using ImageJ/Fiji for microscope image processing and analysis
Monday 29 June, Manchester Central, Cobden 3
Scientific Organiser: Kees Straatman (Leicester)
ImageJ is a very powerful public domain image processing and analysis program written in Java. It is freely available and used by many scientists all over the world to analyse their images. Fiji is an ImageJ distribution focussed on the visualization and analysis of microscope images in 2D, 3D, 4D and 5D. The workshop will give a brief introductions on the use of ImageJ/Fiji and will be a mix of lecture, demonstration and hands-on session.
Please bring your own fully charged laptop with Fiji installed.
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Alternatively, there will be two ImageJ/Fiji talks taking place on the Learning Zone, followed by small workshops. Do bring your own laptop if you would like to. The Learning Zone is a feature of the free mmc2015 exhibition with its own Seminar Theatre. There is no need to pre-register for talks on the Learning Zone.