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|Posté le: Jeu 19 Juil - 09:04 (2018) Sujet du message: open access: web viewer customisation
We are looking at an open access atlas of mouse brain sections, with 4 immunofluorescence channels per image. We want to create a custom 'skin' for the web viewer to enable visitors to move between sections. We are employing a web developer to help us achieve this.
Should we be looking at customizing OMERO.iviewer (the histogram, ROI and drafting criteria would be useful, eg we might want to have a relationship that we would otherwise be putting in an extra channel to enable these to be turned on and off); should we stick with the standard viewer, and customize that?
If we want to use the Z slider for changing sections, do we have to create a huge image (we're using ImageJ for final prep before import to OMERO) with all sections in one file? One 16-bit 4 channel mouse brain section is 1.2 GB, and we might need 20 or more sections to cover our structure. How else would we get the viewer to navigate between images in an intuitive way, other than using Z? How easy would it be to have a film strip of thumbnails, or even a picture of the brain of the side showing the rostral-caudal position of the current section with arrows to move in one direction? Can anyone point to OTP for atlas-type projects?
I did not find the right solution from the internet.
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