This workshop has been written by Nicholas Condon and is available to all for use.

This talk provides a foundation of image processing terminologies and what comprises a 'good' image. Its recommended all microscopists read over it prior to starting any imaging project.

Topics Covered

  • What is an Image? (Image Types, Dimensions, RGB/Monochrome)
  • What makes a good image? (Image Size, Signal : Noise Ratios, Saturation, Consistency)
  • Sample Prep basics
  • Optical Resolution, Nyquist Sampling
  • Image Analysis Best Practices
  • Examples of Manipulations

Presentation File

Presentation File


Useful Links

Paper on Image Manipulations

NHMRC Code of Responsible Conduct of Research 2018

http://Twitter Account - Elisabrth Bik