Image Analysis Workshops
Every two (or three) months, on Friday post-lunch, the BIDC Image Analysis Resource Core leads a workshop. Topics vary between different platforms, i.e. FIJI, Imaris, Python, Matlab, even Excel, and different techniques using filtering, segmentation, clustering algorithms, etc.

These workshops last 2 to 3 hours and are split into three parts: first, a soft introduction to a new topic; second, a continuation on a more advanced topic that was presented last time; third, a hands-on session to practice techniques and address qiestions in real time.

The goals of these workshops is to empower the greater community at UCSF with analysis techniques and knowledge.


Next Workshop Topics Include:
  • Introduction to FIJI Automation (June 23, 2017). "This workshop assumes some basic knowledge of FIJI (Fiji Is Just ImageJ) with the aim of acquainting researchers with the Macro Recorder utility, creating customized function for more advanced users, and then employing FIJI's Batch Mode to analyze multiple images. The emphasis will be on creating generalized Macros that could work for any image, not just specific ones, at an introductory level." Download the User Guide.

Previous Workshop Topics Include:
  • Introduction to FIJI Automation (February 23, 2017). "This workshop assumes some basic knowledge of FIJI (Fiji Is Just ImageJ) with the aim of acquainting researchers with the Macro Recorder utility, creating customized function for more advanced users, and then employing FIJI's Batch Mode to analyze multiple images. The emphasis will be on creating generalized Macros that could work for any image, not just specific ones, at an introductory level." Download the User Guide.