Image Analysis Suite

New Biochemistry Room 00-000


We have a fully equipped image analysis suite in New Biochemistry. The workstations are integrated with our data storage system and an OMERO image database server (Biochemistry OMERO webclient here - internal only).

The analysis workstations (a mix of Windows and Linux) are equipped with the following:

Fiji /ImageJ
ImageJ is an excellent free image analysis tool supported by NIH (and Fiji is just ImageJ with batteries included for the life sciences) ImageJ/Fiji are suitable for most image analysis tasks, certainly in 2D.
SoftWoRx
for DeltaVision and OMX data; particularly wide-field deconvolution and SI reconstruction
OMERO client
for accessing our OMERO image storage system (omero1.bioch.ox.ac.uk) to upload, annotate, process or download images.
Imaris
for 3D visualization and analysis, particularly 3D segmentation and movie-making.
Volocity
for 3D visualization and analysis, particularly spinning disk confocal datasets.
Matlab
for custom image processing and analysis solutions, as well as tools such as MicrobeTracker.
Priism & Prithon
free image analysis tools from the Agard & Sedat labs, where the Deltavision & and OMX technologies originated.
Inkscape
for figure editing.
Gimp
image editor, also for figure editing