Nov. 22, 2019ScienceImage Processing
Many people reading this article probably have already used ImageJ , or it’s powered-up distribution Fiji (ImageJ2) [2, 3]. ImageJ is generally used as a tool to easily work on image data interactively. But ImageJ can do more ...
Sep. 19, 2019ScienceImage Processing
Digitalization is increasingly penetrating materials microscopy. Microscopic image acquisition is increasingly automated, enabling large sample areas or even complex materials to be digitally imaged. The data-driven methods of machine ...
Jun. 19, 2019ScienceImage Processing
One of the defining characteristics of many types of modern microscopy is that we have well and truly entered the era of Big Data, thanks to ever-increasing spatial and temporal resolution. Once the size of a dataset gets beyond the local ...
Nov. 22, 2017ScienceImage Processing
Even with state-of-the-art imaging techniques in medicine, visualizing the smallest blood vessels in organs like the human spleen or bone marrow has so far not been possible at high resolution. With a new method for the registration of ...
Oct. 24, 2016ScienceImage Processing
In large-scale electron microscopy (or nanotomy) typically areas of up to 1 mm 2 are recorded with nm resolution. Users thus have a complete overview of a sample at high resolution and cellular context (nanotomy.org). However, at low zoom ...
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