The Image viewer is an interactive viewer that allows you to view and edit objects as overlays on top of your images. It's purpose-built for biology - freely zoom in and out using your scroll wheel, even on the largest images.
The top bar will show which number image you are currently viewing. In order to switch between images use the drop-down menu, or use the Prev and Next buttons.
Channels tool button (
) allows you to manage channels and brightness/contrast.
Download masked images: Click on the download button
in the bottom left corner of the Image Viewer window to download high-resolution images with masks. This download will automatically apply your chosen brightness and contrast settings.
Edit object masks: you can edit masks by selecting Edit objects. You can also click on any object and select Edit mask in order to open the editing window with that object.
Click on the object to see this.
Manage channels and outlines: You can access the Channels tool by clicking on the far left button (
) of the Image Viewer. The Channels tool allows you to toggle on/off colors, switch channels to different colors, and edit brightness/contrast. There are 7 colors you can choose from for displaying channels.
The Channels tool allows you to toggle on/off colors, switch channels to different colors, and edit brightness/contrast. There are 7 colors you can choose from for displaying channels.
In order to turn off outlines, you need to switch off Show outlines.
In this image above, we turned off mask outlines.
In order to turn off the color, you simply need to switch off the toggle sign next to a color.
In this image above, we turned off the Green channel. You can only see Red and Blue colors.
And if you want to change the colors for a channel in the image, you can specify that for a specific color.
With a channel picker, you can switch to any channel present in the image. In this example, we can choose out of three channels for Red color.
On this image, we've changed Red channel to show channel GFP signals.
Lastly, you can also adjust the brightness and contrast of any color by dragging the scale or defining a number.