Micro-Meta App: an interactive tool for collecting microscopy metadata based on community specifications

Autor(en): Rigano, Alessandro
Ehmsen, Shannon
Ozturk, Serkan Utku
Ryan, Joel
Balashov, Alexander
Hammer, Mathias
Kirli, Koray
Boehm, Ulrike
Brown, Claire M.
Bellve, Karl
Chambers, James J.
Cosolo, Andrea
Coleman, Robert A.
Faklaris, Orestis
Fogarty, Kevin E.
Guilbert, Thomas
Hamacher, Anna B.
Itano, Michelle S.
Keeley, Daniel P.
Kunis, Susanne 
Lacoste, Judith
Laude, Alex
Ma, Willa Y.
Marcello, Marco
Montero-Llopis, Paula
Nelson, Glyn
Nitschke, Roland
Pimentel, Jaime A.
Weidtkamp-Peters, Stefanie
Park, Peter J.
Alver, Burak H.
Grunwald, David
Strambio-De-Castillia, Caterina
Stichwörter: Biochemical Research Methods; Biochemistry & Molecular Biology; EXPERIMENT MIAME; HUMAN CELL ATLAS; IMAGE DATA; MINIMUM INFORMATION
Herausgeber: NATURE PORTFOLIO
Journal: NATURE METHODS
Zusammenfassung: 
For quality, interpretation, reproducibility and sharing value, microscopy images should be accompanied by detailed descriptions of the conditions that were used to produce them. Micro-Meta App is an intuitive, highly interoperable, open-source software tool that was developed in the context of the 4D Nucleome (4DN) consortium and is designed to facilitate the extraction and collection of relevant microscopy metadata as specified by the recent 4DN-BINA-OME tiered-system of Microscopy Metadata specifications. In addition to substantially lowering the burden of quality assurance, the visual nature of Micro-Meta App makes it particularly suited for training purposes. Micro-Meta App is an intuitive, highly interoperable, open-source software tool designed to facilitate the extraction and collection of relevant microscopy metadata as specified by recent community guidelines.
ISSN: 15487091
DOI: 10.1038/s41592-021-01315-z

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