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Open Source Image Cataloging software?

John Clark-2
While not exactly an ImageJ question, what packages in the open source world, solve the image management problem.

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John Clark.

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Re: Open Source Image Cataloging software?

John Hayes
Hi John,

I’ve never used it, but take a look at Omero: http://www.openmicroscopy.org/omero/

HTH,
John

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> While not exactly an ImageJ question, what packages in the open source world, solve the image management problem.
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> Thanks,
> John Clark.
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Re: Open Source Image Cataloging software?

Ziqiang Huang-2
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Hi John,

Is this bioimage search engine initiated by NEUBIAS community addressing
your question?
http://www.biii.eu/

Bests,
Ziqiang Huang

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> While not exactly an ImageJ question, what packages in the open source
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> Thanks,
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Re: Open Source Image Cataloging software?

TimFeinstein
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Hi John,

I installed OMERO to manage and distribute image data in a core setting, and the users and I loved it.  Ideally you want a server for core installation and data storage, and the initial setup is not trivial.  I'd say the larger your data management problem the more it becomes worth it.  

People underappreciate the use of adding metadata tags to data (like Twitter hashtags), letting you record, for example, the grant code that funded each experiment, which collaboration an image set belongs to, and which images you think might make a good candidate for a cover image.  The metadata lets you, e.g., pull out all of the data that a specific postdoc worked on, sort it by which paper each data was associated with and pull it for offline archiving.  The sharing and collaboration options are also very useful, as is the ability to use it as an electronic lab notebook.  

Best,


T

Timothy Feinstein, Ph.D.
Research Scientist
University of Pittsburgh Department of Developmental Biology

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