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    Browser-based Apps for Data Visualization

    Minh Doan

    Have you ever stumbled across some amazing data visualization tools that run entirely on a web browser (such as this and many others), and wished you could plug in your own data and visualize it? Or, as a biologist, you may know of a good analytic tool, but it either costs too much, requires programming expertise, or requires bundled installations of many other dependencies that might not be compatible...

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    Be a histology hero with CellProfiler

    Minh Doan

    Thanks to the rapid advancement in image processing, we now have so many techniques to characterize cellular and subcellular objects (hooray CellProfiler!) Measuring cultured cells in monolayers is (usually) easy…but what about examining how cells interact with each other and their surroundings? Such experiments are often conducted using highly confluent cell cultures, tissue sections, or densely cell-packed organoids. At this level, clusters of cells gather, tightly bind and overlap to form cell niches, and often in a single area...

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