Part I: “Icy, a bioimage analysis software bridging people across disciplines” 5:10
Part 2:”Protocols, making quantitative analyses accessible to everyone” 29:18
Part 3:”Community, get involved!” 57:35
Icy (http://icy.bioimageanalysis.org/) is a general all-purpose bioimage analysis software that exists since almost ten years.
After this session, you will know:
– how to navigate in the graphical interface of Icy,
– how to create a protocol : concept of blocks and connectors, automation of workflow on several images (batch mode), tips and tricks to make life easier and go further in terms of complexity,
– how to get involved in the Icy community : share a protocol, report bugs & ask for help, cite Icy and the protocols and plugins, contribute to documentation and teaching resources.
Speaker: Dr. Marion Louveaux, Bioimage Analyst at Pasteur Institute and application specialist for Icy Software.
Moderators: Rocco D’Antuono (Francis Crick Institute), Ofra Golani (Weizmann Institue), Stéphane Dallongeville and Daniel Felipe González-Obando (Pasteur Institute)
All Questions & Answers are available on the image.sc forum, where you can further ask questions in the future: