FIJI/Image J for Quantification

Every day, until 30 Jun 2017
9am - 1pm

FIJI or Image J is an open source java image processing program developed by the NIH. This workshop is aimed at researchers wanting quantify their data using this software. The workshops assumes a basic knowledge of the software. New users should attend the FIJI for Beginners workshop before attending this one.

Fundamentals of Image quantification: Short lecture covering the relevant information about image quantification (e.g. Thresholding, binary, segmentation, filters and Image arithmetic)

Demonstration of image quantification: Hands on session looking at the below topics

  • Image thresholding
  • Area & intensity analysis
  • Cell counting
  • Cell segmentation

Presenter: Dr Paul McMillan, Biological Optical Microscopy Platform

Date & Venue: 9-1pm, 28th – 30th June 2017, Alan Gilbert Building, University of Melbourne

Registration: Free event, All welcome. Limited to 111 attendees. Register here (The workshop runs three times, you need only register for one day)