Data Fluency: Image analysis in Python with SciPy and scikit-image
Register now for our upcoming workshop on Image analysis in Python with SciPy and scikit-image at the Clayton campus on Wednesday 4th December 2019.
From telescopes to satellite cameras to electron microscopes, scientists are producing more images than they can manually inspect. This tutorial will introduce automated image analysis using the “images as numpy arrays” abstraction, run through various fundamental image processing and image analysis operations, and finally complete one or two more advanced real-world examples.
Prerequisites: Before attending this workshop, learners should have a working knowledge of Python syntax, using Jupyter notebooks, and the basics of NumPy arrays. Intermediate – advanced level.
Venue: Matheson T1 – Sir Louis Matheson Library | Monash University Clayton Campus | 40 Exhibition Walk | Clayton VIC 3800 | Australia
How to register?
1. Monash staff and Graduate Research students click here.
2. Monash students (other than Graduate Research)
– Navigate to the Access for students page and create a profile in MyDevelopment by completing the form linked on that page. You will receive an email after 24 hours with your login details.
– Using your login details, log into myDevelopment.
– Search for upcoming Data Fluency workshops, by typing into the search box “Data Fluency” or the software you are interested in. eg SciPy”
– Click “Request”
3. External participants
– Register your interest in attending this workshop by filling in this form. You will be notified as soon as you have been added into the workshop.
Note: If you already have a myDevelopment profile, please login and register as follows:
– Search for upcoming Data Fluency workshops, by typing into the search box “Data Fluency” or the software you are interested in. eg “Linear models in R”
– Click “Request”
Data Fluency for Research is a cross-disciplinary initiative developing researcher capability at Monash University. Keep an eye out for additional upcoming workshops across our campuses by logging in to your myDevelopment training space, and also by subscribing to the Data Fluency mailing list to receive updates on events and workshops.