Monthly Archives: July 2010

Yodio Image J analysis

Mark Pauley Fola Agusto Rafael Tosado ImageJ analysis of a DNA Microarray Picture.  The green dots representing an upregulated gene where selected for the analysis. http://www.yodio.com/Yo.aspx?CardId=xcRjhB6pfV5uLKXebhv8UK

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Flamingo Flock Count

View our image for which we used ImageJ to count individual birds in a flock.

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Yodio (Plate count with ImageJ)

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Using Image J3 to estimate concealed marijuana cultivation acerage

Karla and Stan. We were unable to obtain tabular data due to the complexity of our problem; later. Stan never received an email from Yo after registering correctly and Karla declined.

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Yodio – about your image analysis

This is a place for you to add a comment with a link to your Yodio.

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Phase I Visualization Project -Paternity test

Objectives: Visualize data obtained from analysis of DNA sequences used for a paternity test. Identify and plot points, analyze and interpret  graph. Biophysics of molecular interaction in the DNA ultra structure Methodology: Look in some data base for highly repetitive … Continue reading

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TB Rate

What social/political/economic factors influence rates of TB infection in different nations? Are there other, biological, factors? Data: WHO    

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Calculus for biologists

What to address. Teaching calculus to biologist. Using simple functions to describe data. Using HIV data from WHO we consider Exp functions Using other data we plan to consider Power functions Trig functions Derivatives  with two groups.

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Patty's Data Visualization Mini Project

Teachers are are regularly bombarded with assessment data at the classroom, school, district, state and national level.  I thought visualizing some of this data using the tools we have been introduced to would be one way I might use what … Continue reading

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HIV trend

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