Christian Schmidt

About I3D:bio office, C. Schmidt

Contributions by the I3D:bio office are drafted by Christian. Texts are reviewed by members of the I3D:bio team or external collaborators. Feedback welcome.

Bio-Formats – a translator of different file formats

By |2023-03-16T11:15:28+01:00September 16th, 2022|

Back to: Microscopy File Formats Translating Bioimaging File Formats with "Bio-Formats" The Open Microscopy Environment Consortium has created the so-called Bio-Formats library (Linkert et al., 2010, J Cell Biol) to enable the translation from a large number of proprietary file formats to the OME data model, generating OME-TIFF as a potential output file. [...]

Digital images in bioimaging for beginners

By |2023-02-26T07:48:11+01:00June 9th, 2022|

Back to: Microscopy File Formats Digital images for beginners How does the computer store a microscopy image? Photographs and microscopy images are recordings of real-world objects acquired with imaging devices. A microscopy image is thus a representation of the real object based on experimental setup and the device used (i.e., not [...]

Introduction to the Research Data Life Cycle

By |2023-07-24T11:35:22+02:00May 2nd, 2022|

Back to: Data Life Cycle Your Content Goes Here Research involves data. To ensure success, effectiveness and sustainability of a research project, all aspects of handling the research data should be carefully planned. Data generated in one research project can be a valuable resource for other researchers working on different research questions but [...]

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