A workflow is a set of components assembled in some specific order to

  1. Measure and estimate some numerical parameters of the biological system or
  2. Visualization

for addressing a biological question. Workflows can be a combination of components from the same or different software packages using several scripts and manual steps.

Tumor Blood Vessels: 3D Tubular Network Analysis

Bioimage Analyst
Developer

In this session, we will implement a simple ImageJ macro to segment and analyze the blood vessel network of a subcutaneous tumor. The analysis is fully performed in 3D, and possible strategies to extract statistics of the network geometry and interactively visualize the results are also discussed and implemented.

EB1 tracking with Matlab

Bioimage Analyst
Developer

This module follow EB1 tracking with IJ. In this session, we will visualize the tracking results and also cover typical analysis protocols for the quantitative analysis of movement. Two dynamic numerical features could be extracted from tracking results: speed and direction. Estimation of movement speed from multiple trajectories is a popular indicator of movement, and we will quickly go over the method for estimating the average speed of EB1 movement along microtubule. Movement direction is another quantitative feature, but is rarely explored.

EB1 tracking with IJ

Bioimage Analyst
Developer

We take an example image data of microtubule binding protein EB1, and will study how to automatically track those signals and how to analyze the tracking results. We use ImageJ for measuring the temporal changes in signal positions, and will feed the tracking results for analyzing their dynamics using Matlab in the following session EB1 tracking with Matlab.

Automated workflow for parallel Multiview Reconstruction

Description

Automated workflow for performing multiview reconstruction of large multiview, multichannel, multiillumination time-lapse SPIM data on a high performance computing (HPC) cluster or on a single workstation.