Introductory Image Processing & Analysis
This is intended as an introduction to image processing and analysis with no prior knowledge required. It is based on real practical exercises aimed at familiarising you with ImageJ. Areas addressed include:
- What is a digital image (pixels, bit-depth, look-up-tables, etc)
- What processes are acceptable to perform on digital images before it becomes fraudulent.
- Processing images and movies for publication and presentations
- How many images do you need to take (Gentle review of statistics)
- Simple threshold-based analysis for counting objects and measuring intensities.
- *Other areas of processing and analysis by request
To Register: Registration is via doodle. Please click on the date and time you wish to attend and enter your email as a participant.
14th June 2017: 13:00 - 16:00 (max 10)
Free to active users of any any of the following Mark Wainwright Analytical Centre facilities:
- BMIF - Biomedical Imaging Facility
- BRIL - Biological Resources Imaging Laboratory
- BMSF - Bioanalytical Mass Spectroscoy Facility
- EMU - Electron Microscope Unit
- NMR - Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Facility
- SSEAU -Solid State & Elemental Analysis Unit
- Spectroscopy Laboratory
Also open to individuals not using these facilities at a cost. For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org