H. J. Walker

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Museum fish collections possess a wealth of anatomical and morphological data that are essential for documenting and understanding biodiversity. Obtaining access to specimens for research, however, is not always practical and frequently conflicts with the need to maintain the physical integrity of specimens and the collection as a whole. Non-invasive(More)
The delivery and interactive rendering and segmentation of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) data over the web for the Digital Fish Library (DFL) project poses specific challenges in both complexity of the application and with the size of the data sets. We describe how to develop such an application, the required infrastructure, and the integration with a(More)
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