- Read data to analyse from an object store.
- Analyse data in parallel using Dask.
- Show how to use public resources to train neural network.
- Load labels associated to the original data
- Compare results with ground truth.
The authors of the PLOS Biology paper, "Nessys: A new set of tools for the automated detection of nuclei within intact tissues and dense 3D cultures" published in August 2019: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pbio.3000388, considered several image ...
The image is referenced in the paper "NesSys: a novel method for accurate nuclear segmentation in 3D" published August 2019 in PLOS Biology: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pbio.3000388 and can be viewed online in the Image Data Resource.
This original image was converted into the Zarr format. The analysis results produced by the authors of the paper were converted into labels and linked to the Zarr file which was placed into a public ...
A command line tool for converting image data into either of the standard file formats OME-TIFF or OME-Zarr.
The tool wraps the dedicated file converters bfconvert and bioformats2raw to convert into OME-TIFF or OME-Zarr, respectively. The workflow management system NextFlow is used to perform conversion in parallel for batches of images.
The tool also wraps s3 and Aspera clients (go-mc and aspera-cli, respectively). ...