Nottingham Image Analysis Methods for Biologists Online Course
Nottingham Image Analysis Methods for Biologists Online Course Open for Registration
The use of automatic image analysis in the biological sciences has increased significantly in recent years, driven by an increase in automated image capture and the rise of phenotyping.
This online course, developed from the University of Nottingham Summer School of the same name, will help improve your understanding of image analysis methods, and improve your practical skills and ability to apply those techniques to your images.
Through a series of short video lectures, readings and practical exercises you will explore the process of image acquisition, through to segmenting regions, counting objects and tracking movement. Importantly, we’ll also try to highlight what to watch out for when using different image analysis approaches.
The course is free: its development was funded by the UK Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council. There is a small charge if you wish to receive a certificate of completion, but this is optional.
Image Analysis Methods for Biologists goes live on October 22nd. To sign up, visit the website..