BioImage Informatics Call4Help
October 1 @ 09:00 – 11:00 CEST
Every 1st week of the month (mainly on Tuesdays, but there might be exceptions) the BioImage Informatics Facility together with microscopy expert Sylvie Le Guyader (LCI, Karolinska Institutet) organizes a Call4Help session. The aim is to offer combined expertise towards microscopy and bioimage analysis. All researchers from Swedish institutes can participate.
The ideal timepoint to join the Call4Help session is when a researcher has performed pilot experiments and has tried out first analysis approaches – but before having recorded hundreds of images. Combining BIIF’s expertise in BioImage Analysis with microscopy expertise we can discuss ways to record the images that allow analysis afterwards. We will discuss different analysis approaches using mainly open-source software (Fiji, CellProfiler, QuPath, Ilastik, KNIME), but also commercial systems, if needed (Imaris).
The Call4Help session format has been introduced to the BioImage Analysis community by NEUBIAS and ScopeM.
How to participate?
Prepare a short presentation (5-7 min) – use the following template for your presentation:
Slide template by NEUBIAS/ScopeM
a) Upload your presentation
Upload your presentation to a drive of your choice. You can also use our Call4Help google drive. Note that files shared on our Call4Help drive will be available to everyone until the session is over.
b) Upload example images for testing.
Upload example images for testing either to the drive of your choice or our Call4Help google drive above.
c) Register by filling out the registration form:
Join the zoom-session.
If your problem is selected for presentation, you will get a time-slot of 30 – 60 minutes within the session.
What are the Deadlines
Submission of a problem and upload of example data: Deadline for application: Tuesday, September 28, 2021.
Notification about participation: The day before the session.
Next Call4Help session
Friday, October 1, 2021, 9.00-12.00. Deadline for application: Tuesday, September 28, 2021.