Create and run an AI model on Biodock

This getting started tutorial will get you from raw images to an end-to-end image analysis pipeline with results. This tutorial is expected to take about 15-20 minutes of active work, and about 1 hour of waiting.
This same tutorial is also shown as a checklist and tutorial in-platform.

Examples of what you might be able to accomplish

  • Identify the size, shape, and count of label-free organoids and compare them across groups
  • Count the number, size, and fluorescent intensity of tumor and T cells within each solid tumor
  • Identify areas of inflammation within enormous pathology slides
  • Quantify puncta size and intensity in a in-situ hybridization assay
  • Plain old cell segmentation to find positive cell populations
  • Isolate crypts and epithelial cells within intestinal H&E images

What you need to start

  • A registered account on Biodock (see how to register here), using Google Chrome (Biodock is only officially supported on Chrome)
  • The images you want to train and analyze with, in a supported format.
  • An idea of the type of object or objects you want to identify (ie: cells, organoids, puncta, tissue regions, etc.) on your images.

Watch the tutorial in video format

Follow along in the docs

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