[Histonet] Upcoming Webinar

Loralei Dewe lldewe <@t> gmail.com
Sun Aug 10 11:45:46 CDT 2008

You are invited to attend a live, interactive, web-based tutorial:

Counting, Sorting and Categorizing Objects in Images

Presenter Name: Loralei Dewe, Applications Specialist, Media Cybernetics, a
MAG Company


Details are below.  Connection lines are limited, so reserve yours now.
There is no charge to participate in this on-line seminar.


Aug 13, 2008
Wednesday at 10:30 AM  Pacific Time

*Pre-register (required) at:*




Counting objects in images is a task that is routinely performed by
scientists in a variety of disciplines. Researchers in material sciences
and biology often share the goal of measuring the distribution of particles,
cells, and other objects in images based on size, shape, clumpiness,
roundness, smoothness, density, color, and other features.  Identification
and classification of objects in images that contain mixed populations into
subgroups based on differences in morphological and optical properties can
be tedious, time-consuming, and subject to error unless assisted by image
processing tools that are designed for the task.

Attendees of this free web-based seminar will learn how to achieve
maximum efficiency, accuracy and reproducibility in their analysis by
applying a sequence of processing steps to their images and will see how to
leverage common feature-extraction and measurement tools to categorize,
sort, count, and graph their data.

Bring your questions to this live, interactive web-based seminar.

Subjects include:

   - Enhancing images for accurate processing
   - Performing thresholding operations to separate objects-of-interest from
   - Utilizing spatial and morphological filters to differentiate
   populations of objects
   - Capturing and presenting your data
   - Archiving and databasing of images

Provided free of charge, this webinar is sponsored by MAG, the Microimaging
Applications Group. MAG is a group of imaging companies who work together to
provide an unparalleled range of microimaging solutions to science and

This seminar requires that attendees use a Java-enabled browser with a high
bandwidth connection. Audio is via telephone. Long distance toll charges may

There is no charge to participate in this on-line seminar.

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