Introduction to ImageJ/FIJI 2014
Introduction to Image Analysis with ImageJ/Fiji 21.‐24. Oct. 2014
ImageJ/Fiji is an open source, community based image analysis / processing software that can serve as a powerful tool for handling your microscope data. Being freeware, it is available to everyone –provided one can figure out how to use it. We are here to help you with that.
This October the Biooptics facility invites you to an introductory course on Image Analysis using ImageJ/Fiji.
What are the topics?
- Theory and application of the most widely used image analysis approaches
- Introduction to the general use of the Fiji software
- Hands‐on training using the most important tools in Fiji/ImageJ on real life processing / analysis tasks
- Basic introduction to Macro programming
- Image acquisition with pitfalls and hints
What will you learn?
As an attendee, you will benefit in a number of ways. We will provide you with:
- A better understanding of the parameters of an image
- A broad overview of available tools for processing and analysis
- An understanding which kind of statistical data can be extracted from a given type of image.
- A bundle of do’s and don’ts and useful tricks that make working with Fiji easier and allow you to avoid known pitfalls that can compromise your results
- A thorough, practical approach using Fiji, supported by a deeper understanding of imaging techniques.
Who should apply?
We encourage everybody who is doing imaging and wants to gain more insight into using Fiji/ImageJ as a versatile tool for his/her research to join this course. Previous experience with ImageJ/Fiji is helpful but not needed.
The course is restricted to 12 participants. Students are expected to attend all lectures. Please ask your PI to confirm his/her agreement once you have been admitted.
Application is possible until October, 5th 2014 via e-mail.