Image Analysis: Basics and Practice

How can we use image analysis in microscopy related research

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Xianke Shi Application and Business Development Manager Life Science, APAC, ZEISS Microscopy

The Basic Principles of Digital Imaging and Image Analysis Workflows

Image Analysis gains popularity and importance over the years, for life science researchers who frequently use microscopy techniques. The ammount of images we generated per weeks, or per experiment increase substantially, thanks to microscopy automation. It becomes critical how do we make sense of such large quantity of data. Image Analysis is one method to address such challenge. In this webinar recording, we will breifly discuss the basic principles of digital imaging and image analysis workflows.

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