Welcome!#

Most of us study and work at the Bio-image Analysis Technology Development group at the DFG Cluster of Excellence “Physics of Life” at the TU Dresden. We blog about image data science, knowledge exchange and research data management in the life sciences. The contents of this blog are licensed by the respective authors under CC-BY 4.0 license unless a different license is specified.

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If you have feedback or suggestions, if spotted a typo, broken link or misleading explanation, please get in touch via a github issue or pull request so that we can fix it. Contributions are very welcome.

Recent blog posts#

Installation of Elephant Server on Windows#

Stefan Hahmann, April 24th, 2024
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ELEPHANT is a platform for 3D cell tracking, based on incremental and interactive deep learning. This post will show you how to install the ELEPHANT server component on a Windows machine.

Running bio image analysis workflows on your machine#

Stefan Hahmann, December 21st, 2023
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Jupyter Notebooks may be used to run bio image analysis workflows on your machine with your own data. They are a great tool to share workflows with others. This post will show you how to run workflows that have been shared via GitHub.

Best of both worlds: Combining Qt Designer and magicgui#

Johannes Soltwedel, Mai 12th, 2023
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This blog post will give you a quick introduction on how to combine two great tools for the creation of graphical user interfaces in napari: The Qt Designer and magicgui.

Getting started with Miniforge and Python#

Mara Lampert, January 26th, 2023
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This post will help you to get started with Python using Miniforge. More precisely, you will learn how to install Miniforge, how to create and use conda environments and know about some very important packages.

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Acknowledgements#

We acknowledge the support by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) under Germany’s Excellence Strategy – EXC2068 - Cluster of Excellence Physics of Life of TU Dresden.

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