I'm a research fellow at Monash University, with interests in neuroscience and biological image analysis. I am also a freelance consultant in scientific Python programming, with a particular interest in renewable energy and the environment.View the profile
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From telescopes to satellite cameras to electron microscopes, scientists are producing more images than they can manually inspect. This tutorial will introduce image analysis using the idea that "images are just NumPy arrays". Then we will run through various fundamental image analysis operations (filters, morphology, segmentation), and finally we will demonstrate one or two advanced real-world examples. This tutorial is aimed at people who are familiar with NumPy, SciPy, and Matplotlib, but it does not require any previous knowledge of image analysis or image processing.
See tutorial materials here: https://www.scipy2019.scipy.org/tutorial-participant-instructions
See the full SciPy 2019 playlist at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYx7XA2nY5GcDQblpQ_M1V3PQPoLWiDAC
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