FIJI Workshops 2019

FIJI (Image J) workshops for researchers that want to visualise their images, extract quantitative data from then and learn how to automate their analyses

FIJI (Image J) is an open source software package for visualising and quantifying digital images (www.fiji.sc).

We are running our popular FIJI workshop series again in June/July. These workshops consist of a short introductory presentation followed followed by hands-on demonstrations in a computer lab. Time is allocated at the end of each workshop for researchers to use the software on their own data.

See table below for dates/times and registration links:

Please only register for one FIJI for Beginners or FIJI for Quantification workshop. Select either workshop A or workshop B. These are repeats of the same workshop.

TopicDateTimeRegistration
FIJI for Beginners (Workshop A) 26th June 2019 1 - 5 pm Workshop full
FIJI for Beginners (Workshop B) 28th June 2019 1 - 5pm Workshop full
FIJI for Quantification (Workshop A) 2nd July 2019 9 - 1pm Workshop full
FIJI for Quantification (Workshop B) 4th July 2019 9 - 1pm Free and open to all
FIJI: Macro writing for Biologists 25th & 27th June 2019 1 - 5pm Free and open to all

FIJI for Beginners: Half-day workshop

  • Image import
  • Image manipulation (merging, pseudocolouring)
  • Annotation (adding scale bars)
  • Visualisation & presentation of 3D and timelapse data

FIJI for Quantification: Half-day workshop

  • Image thresholding
  • Area & intensity analysis
  • Cell Counting
  • Cell Segmentation
  • Simple Batch Analyses

FIJI: Macro Writing for Biologists: Two, half-day workshops

Only regular users of FIJI or researchers with coding experience should attend

  • Basics of FIJI/ImageJ Macro language
  • Batch processing using loops and conditions
  • Data handling using array and table
  • Optimising Macros using user-defined functions with relevant examples.

Please follow this link to all our FIJI workshop content, including presentations, demo images and short instructional videos.