ImageJ Workshop at mmc2019
Monday 1 July 2019, Manchester, UK
Scientific Organiser: Dr Kees Straatman
ImageJ is a powerful public domain image processing and analysis program written in Java, freely available for download from the internet. Fiji is an ImageJ distribution focussed on the visualisation and analysis of microscope images in 2D, 3D, 4D and 5D.
This workshop will give a brief introduction on the use of ImageJ/Fiji and will account for all learning styles as a mix of lectures, demonstrations and hands-on sessions.
Please bring your own fully charged laptop with Fiji installed.
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