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TAPAS: Towards Automated Processing and Analysis of multi-dimensional bioimage data

Abstract

Modern microscopy is based on reproducible quantitative analysis, image data should be batch-processed by a standardized system that can be shared and easily reused by others. Furthermore, such system should require none or minimal programming from the users. We developed TAPAS (Towards an Automated Processing and Analysis System). The goal is to design an easy system for describing and exchanging processing workflows. The protocols are simple text files comprising a linear list of commands used to process and analyse the images. An extensive set of 60 modules is already available, mostly based on the tools proposed in the 3D ImageJ Suite. We propose a wizard, called TAPAS menu, to help the user design the protocol by listing the available modules and the parameters associated. Most modules will have default parameters values for most common tasks. Once the user has designed the protocol, he/she can apply the protocol to a set of images, that can be either stored locally or on a OMERO database. An extensive documentation including the list of modules, various tutorials and link to the source code is available at https://imagej.net/TAPAS.
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hal-03369334 , version 1 (07-10-2021)

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Jean-François Gilles, Thomas Boudier. TAPAS: Towards Automated Processing and Analysis of multi-dimensional bioimage data. F1000Research, 2020, 9, pp.1278. ⟨10.12688/f1000research.26977.1⟩. ⟨hal-03369334⟩
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