KNIME for Open-Source Bioimage Analysis: A Tutorial.

@article{Dietz2016KNIMEFO,
  title={KNIME for Open-Source Bioimage Analysis: A Tutorial.},
  author={Christian Dietz and Michael R. Berthold},
  journal={Advances in anatomy, embryology, and cell biology},
  year={2016},
  volume={219},
  pages={179-97}
}
The open analytics platform KNIME is a modular environment that enables easy visual assembly and interactive execution of workflows. KNIME is already widely used in various areas of research, for instance in cheminformatics or classical data analysis. In this tutorial the KNIME Image Processing Extension is introduced, which adds the capabilities to process and analyse huge amounts of images. In combination with other KNIME extensions, KNIME Image Processing opens up new possibilities for inter… CONTINUE READING
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