JCB DataViewer

The JCB DataViewer is an image hosting and visualization platform for original microscopy image datasets associated with articles published in The Journal of Cell Biology, a peer-reviewed journal published by The Rockefeller University Press. The JCB DataViewer can host multidimensional fluorescence microscopy images, 3D tomogram data, very large (gigapixel) images, and high content imaging screens. Images are presented in an interactive viewer, and the "scores" from high content screens are presented in interactive graphs with data points linked to the relevant images. The JCB DataViewer uses the Bio-Formats library to read over 120 different imaging file formats and convert them to the OME-TIFF image data standard. - See more at: http://biosharing.org/biodbcore-000602#sthash.oEEKwKyG.dpuf
The JCB DataViewer is an image hosting and visualization platform for original microscopy image datasets associated with articles published in The Journal of Cell Biology, a peer-reviewed journal published by The Rockefeller University Press. The JCB DataViewer can host multidimensional fluorescence microscopy images, 3D tomogram data, very large (gigapixel) images, and high content imaging screens. Images are presented in an interactive viewer, and the "scores" from high content screens are presented in interactive graphs with data points linked to the relevant images. The JCB DataViewer uses the Bio-Formats library to read over 120 different imaging file formats and convert them to the OME-TIFF image data standard. - See more at: http://biosharing.org/biodbcore-000602#sthash.oEEKwKyG.dpuf

The JCB DataViewer is an image hosting and visualization platform for original microscopy image datasets associated with articles published in The Journal of Cell Biology, a peer-reviewed journal published by The Rockefeller University Press. The JCB DataViewer can host multidimensional fluorescence microscopy images, 3D tomogram data, very large (gigapixel) images, and high content imaging screens. Images are presented in an interactive viewer, and the "scores" from high content screens are presented in interactive graphs with data points linked to the relevant images. The JCB DataViewer uses the Bio-Formats library to read over 120 different imaging file formats and convert them to the OME-TIFF image data standard.

Domain: 
Biomedical Science
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Software Access: 
Parent organization: 
The Rockefeller University Press
Supporting agency: 
Glencoe Software / Open Microscopy Environment
PMID: 
22869591