Tag Archives: Tracking

Getting Crabby

One of my favourite domains for Image Analysis is timelapse imaging. The combination of X, Y (possibly Z if you want to get cheeky) and time makes for rich analytical possibilities.

Despite starting a new job in which the time domain is largely absent, I’ve been moonlighting in the evenings doing some outreach work helping with a problem that first came up on the image.sc forum.

It’s time to do some tracking, but let’s avoid getting too crabby.

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Making it up (Part 1)

Whenever you’re testing a new analysis protocol or playing around with some software, it’s always handy to have some sample data to mess with. But what if you don’t yet have the data, or what if you need more, or need more specific data? In this post, we’re going to delve into the world of synthetic data by making a sample tracking data set.

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Staying On Track

In the toolbox of the image analyst, being able to correlate objects in time is a very useful skill. It opens up the doors to be able to look at dynamic changes in a system be they intensity, shape, spatial localisation or just about anything else. In this post, we’ll be covering the basic theory of object tracking and showing you how to track with open source tools.

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