APEER Newsletter June 2020

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The top 5 Python libraries for your image analysis
Do you know that you can perform bulk of your traditional image analysis in Python just by using 5 libraries? Please watch our training video to get more information about these libraries and how to use them.
Watch here
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The Future of Microscopy is Computational
The future of microscopy lies in computation. With the advent of technology, it is crucial to choose the right image processing tool. Read the blog to learn more about it.
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Read the blog

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Contribute to the APEER Community
You are invited to participate in APEER’s discussion forum about the trending topics related to your image processing jobs.
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Join the discussion
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IJM FindMaxima
Our IJM FindMaxima module uses a 2D time-lapse image sequence of Drosophila epidermal cells and lets you segment the cell edges for the purpose of cell tracking over time.
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Checkout the module

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Normalize H&E Stained Images
By using this module, you can easily normalize and digitally separate Hematoxylin and Eosin components from H&E stained images.
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Create the module
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What’s new on APEER?
Do not hesitate to look at the Apeer Forum for support options and release notes.
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This feature allows you to track the progress and to switch between different running workflows.

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Your workflows will now take only half the time to run.

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