OMERO in Action

In this workshop, we will outline and demonstrate the OMERO platform, and show how you can use it to work with your microscopy and/or HCS data. In addition we will demonstrate some of the applications that have been released by OME and some of the integration with 3rd party tools, including: OMERO.figure - fast figures from your OMERO images OMERO.webtagging - automatically tag your data and search for tags ImageJ - improved interaction with OMERO We will also outline other applications and integration e.g. FLIM image data analysis, object tracking, Matlab Analysis tools, etc. We’ve designed OMERO to be as flexible as possible, and this has enabled its use in a range of imaging domains, including light and electron microscopy, high content screening. Come along to the workshop and bring your favourite data

Course Details or Outline:

  • General introduction: What is OMERO?
  • Importing data into OMERO
  • Image Selection
  • Add to container
  • Tag at import
  • Storage and integrity report
  • File in its original format on disk
  • Organizing data
  • Browsing data
  • Metadata access
  • Image preview and Rendering settings
  • Export as JPEG, OME-TIFF, original
  • Viewing images
  • Projections
  • Split View
  • Save
  • Movie export
  • ROI creation
  • Annotations
  • Tagging
  • File attachments
  • Key-value annotation
  • OMERO.webtagging
  • Batch tagging
  • Searching tag
  • Searching
  • Search by ID
  • Search data
  • Searching across groups.
  • OMERO.figure
  • Figure creation
  • Multi-T & Z series
  • Auto scalebar & labels
  • Cropping to ROIs
  • ImageJ integration
  • Import directly from imageJ
  • ROI reading and writing


OMERO in Action
Polychromatic flow cytometry provides the power to analyze, in great depth, the complex relationships between cellular subsets and function.  We will discuss the latest hardware, reagent, and data analysis considerations for performing successful polychromatic experiments, and provide a practical roadmap for developing and improving this technology.  This year, there will be a new focus on executing large studies successfully, including unique aspects of planning and data analysis.
Speaker Information
Will Moore   [ view bio ]
Petr Walczysko   [ view bio ]
Individual topic purchase: Selected
American Society for Clinical Pathology
CMLE: 1.50
This continuing medical laboratory education activity is recognized by the American Society for Clinical Pathology for 1.5 CMLE credit. ASCP CMLE credits are acceptable for the ASCP Board of Registry Certification Maintenance Program.
International Society for Advancement of Cytometry
ICCE: 1.50
ISAC Member Price: $0.00
Non-Member Price:$0.00