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Navigating Multidimensional Datasets with Simple Macros

Replication is key to the Scientific method. This is especially true when dealing with imaging, when a single field (at any magnification) is rarely representative of the entire experiment, let alone the underlying phenomenon as a whole. The easy solution to this is to take many fields of many samples, but visualising and manipulating a whole dataset can be a time consuming endeavour. In this post, we’re going to cover some of the tricks for working with a dataset in Fiji and take the first steps into the big wide world of scripting.

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