Tag Archives: Imaris

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Imaris 9.3

Imaris 9.3 is available. Find out more about the software on the Bitplane website.

The first apparent change will be the end of the arena. Instead of its own database, there is now the possibility to add ‘observed’ folders to Imaris to facilitate the access to your ims-files.
The first time Imaris is launched, you will be prompted to use the migration assistant, that allows to extract existing images from the arena. You can find a short tutorial in this video.

You might also wonder look in vain for functionality like filtering or background subtraction under  Menu > Image Processing. Now instead there is a new icon in the toolbar:

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This will bring up the following window where you can chain together all the basic pre-processing operations together for the different channels of your dataset.

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The complete list of novelties can be found on the ‘what’s new‘ page. You might also be interested in the change-list in the release notes.

We installed this latest version on our number crunchers.

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Bioimage-Informatics Clinic

In 2018, effective immediately, we like to introduce the Bioimage-Informatic-Clinic.

This means that once a week our door is open for you to seek council for image and data analysis and general topics around microscopy data. Topics include: image restoration, deconvolution, volume reconstruction, image alignment (registration), 3D image processing, object segmentation, object tracking, object quantification, co-localisation analysis, batch processing, data visualisation, data analysis pipelines, data management and many more.

Every Tuesday afternoon from 13:00 – 17:00  you can bring your microscopy data (external HD or the server address) and your questions  to PER02 1.406.
Visitors will be attended to on a first come first served basis (no need to arrange a meeting). Come around, hang-out and let’s crunch some numbers.

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New Image Analysis Workstation

For those who spent a lot of time waiting for the computer to finish some image analysis task, we acquired a new desktop computer that might help remedy this loss of time. This new computer has a hardware configuration for large datasets that require computationally intensive processing.
You can find more details on number cruncher’s page. This workstation is henceforth available for all facility users.

Imaris Workshop

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At the University of Fribourg we use Imaris to process and analyse multidimensional image data-sets issue from epi-fluorescene microscopy.  In particular we use it’s advanced functionality for 3 dimensional (optically sectioned) image data and perform volumetric analysis.

We organise a worksop with representatives of Bitplane for you, to discover the possibilities of the software and train yourself as a user.

Further information:

Organisation

date: 4. July 2017 from 9:00-17:00
location: PER II, F230
participation conditions: UniFr staff, free of charge, registration required

Participants are free to only attend the presentation of Imaris or to work through the entire workshop.

schedule

Time Description
 09:00-10:30 presentation of Imaris (functionality, use cases)
 10:30-10:45   coffee break
 11:00-13:00 introduction to Imaris (basics)
13:00-14:00   lunch break
14:00-15:30 hands-on workshop
15:30-16:00   coffee break
16:00-17:30 hands-on workshop

 

Registration

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