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  • Statistics - Stéphane
    Visitor messages Profile Statistics Contact Statistics Topics Number of topics 3 3 49 of total Topics per day 0 00 Latest topic Sat May 24 2008 10 10 am Find all topics where Stéphane has posted in Posts Posts 7 3 57 of total Posts per day 0 00 Latest post Mon Sep 01 2008 11 23 am Find all messages posted by Stéphane Visitor messages Visitor messages number 0

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  • Siphs - Search
    Posts Topics Advanced Search Memberlist Usergroups Register Log in Zooscan Users Forum Advanced Search Search found 2 matches for Siphs Topics Replies Views Last Posts Troubleshooting by Siphs in Zooscan hardware 0 510 Siphs Last Posts Sat Jan 05 2013 3 23 am Load Identifications Macro Error by Siphs in Zooprocess and Zooscan Image process 5 492 Boris Last Posts Mon Nov 12 2012 12 51 pm Jump to Select

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  • Placing organisms close to the dges of the transparent frame
    from Malinda Marc I did not modify the x and y I played around with it a bit but as you probably know due to the thickness of the frame there is a sort of shadow that appears on the scan along the top and bottom edge and so even if I was to increase the size of the scanned area to come closer to the edges of the frame it would start to get into the region of that shadow and we would not get a clear image of the organism I decided that we will just be careful and keep particles far enough away from the edge checking our preview scans to see if anything is too close Malinda Dear Malinda You do not have to enlarge the scanned area As you observed the best solution is to keep organisms at about 2 mm from the edges when you use the LARGE frame It can be about 1mm for the NARROW one Best Marc P picheral Posts 60 Join date 2008 05 02 Similar topics Similar topics Close To My Heart Giveaway Canada and usa only How to close PDF popup by Selenium IDE Issues with IE close

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  • About use of the closest background and skip option in Zooprocess
    that you should process and convert any samples you have scanned BEFORE you collect another background image that would be used with future samples say the next day I kept the default parameters on the menu for the convert and process and I saw that there was an option that was enabled that said to skip any files that had already been processed So I assume that within a single project you could say collect a background scan and scan samples on day 1 batch process them that night then the next day when you collect a new background scan and samples when you convert and process them the images you collected the day before and processed would be unchanged Is that correct I am just trying to think about how we will set up projects for example is it safest to set up a new project each day so that if you have to reprocess the images you do not have the complication of multiple background imgages Can you perhaps tell me how experience has taught you to approach this Thanks Malinda Dear Malinda Closest background means that Zooprocess uses the background that has been scanned in the selected project the closest in time from the sample It may be the morning background or the one scanned the next morning if you have spent the whole night scanning The background name include the date and time and the sample log files includes the scanning date in its first section The default skip option is utilized to avoid processing again an image It allows you to just not worry about what has been already processed or not In conclusion DO NOT create daily projects Everything is organized to help technicians or students working routinely on their own projects without having

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  • Color Balance in ZooProcess and Vuescan
    results from none and neutral methods on the same samples So from this discussion it appears to us that either none or neutral could be used However on p 20 there is a statement that says This None option must be selected in the calibration section and in the SCAN BACKGROUND tool to ensure proper setting of all the procedure Later on p 29 As the Scan background tool is recommended for manual color balance processed images this option is set as the default one We are confused When performing a background ground what setting should be used None Neutral or Manual We assume that whatever method is selected for the background scan the same method must be selected to scan all subsequent samples in that project We are also confused regarding the manual s discussion of color balance settings and which part of the text refers to settings in Vuescan and which refers to settings in ZooProcess Must we also set the parameters in Vuescan to match the parameters in ZooProcess For example in the Scanning Procedure Dialog Box we can set Process 8 bits image using None color balance In the Vuescan dialog box there are ten color balance options Do we also set this to None Thanks Mark Benfield Malinda Sutor markbenfield Posts 2 Join date 2008 12 03 Color balance blanck scanning parametres picheral on Wed Feb 18 2009 10 28 pm Dear Mark I dont have much time now to respond in detail If you keep ALL default parametres in Zooprocess at all steps installation create project scan background scan convert and process images and you DO NOT modify anything in VUESCAN you will be OK You will thus apply NO color balance as you will scan RAW 16 bits images in the raw folder

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  • Question about measurement conversions
    example if I have measured a chaetognath as being 22 mm under the microscope how do I compare this measurement with values from plankton identifier zooscan Regards Michelle Michelle Posts 1 Join date 2008 09 23 About length measurements picheral on Tue Sep 23 2008 4 12 pm Dear Michele Happy to welcome you in the Zooscan Forum I have sorted some vignettes into folders in Plankton Identifier Im not sure where to go from here In data analysis do I simply extract the data to a text file and use these values I attain If you do a prediction using the Data Analysis tool you get a resulting file containing the data for all the selected pid files and the prediction column See PKId manual for that You can also enable to get also individual pid txt files for each of them You can use these files at you convenience and use them to Extract vignettes according to prediction in Zooprocess and manually check your prediction on the vignettes You can use then the Load identification from sorted vignettes tool to load the new Id of the organisms and make stats Excel Matlab to compare prediction verification on these extracted vignettes I would like to compare length measurements made from the microscope with those that are calculated with the zooscan The Major axes fits well with the copepod length Where can I get this measurement Pid files and also the meas txt files Do I have to convert my length measurement to a sphere in order to compare the microscope value to a value attained with plankton identifier For example if I have measured a chaetognath as being 22 mm under the microscope how do I compare this measurement with values from plankton identifier zooscan No This question is

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  • Windows Service Pack 3
    Windows Service Pack 3 Alison on Thu Aug 07 2008 10 37 pm Our lab computer tells us that there an update is available for Windows Service Pack 3 however we don t want to install this if it is going to interfere with ZooProcess Has anyone tried this yet Alison Posts 7 Join date 2008 05 05 Re Windows Service Pack 3 eduardo masami on Fri Aug 08 2008 12 01 am Hello Iam using Zooimage with the Windows XP Service Pack 3 and it s working properly I don t know for the Zooprocess eduardo masami Posts 4 Join date 2008 06 01 Zooprocess and Xp SP3 picheral on Thu Aug 14 2008 10 09 pm Dear Alison We have not yet installed the SP3 of Windows XP on our computers You should not install it till I have not tested and modified Zooprocess for this upgrade Regards Marc P picheral Posts 60 Join date 2008 05 02 Similar topics Similar topics ANSWERED Install Windows Language Pack after created reduced ISO ANSWERED Integrate Language Pack ANSWERED Black screen after Windows Update Tracking Wiz To Disable Enable Windows 10 Tracking Windows 10 TP Build 10056 Leak Zooscan Users Forum

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  • Smallest organism possible
    Thu Jul 10 2008 10 28 pm Dear Marc and Zooscan users As a follow up to Masami s query we are interested to learn how small Zooprocess can go i e what is smaller size range of particles the software can handle We have been working with preserved samples collected with 150 or 200 micron mesh nets meaning that most organisms are bigger than 250 300 microns What about small sized mesh zooplankton Has somebody ever tried to scan microzooplankton Also can somebody guide us on how to decrease the size threshold for particle segmentation I could not find any detailed info on the Zooprocess manual Thanks Rubens Lopes rmlopes Posts 4 Join date 2008 05 30 German solution found rmlopes on Fri Jul 11 2008 10 35 pm hello please disregard my previous question Sabine Schultes has already adviced me Here I go to the microzooplankton trial Rubens rmlopes Posts 4 Join date 2008 05 30 Re Smallest organism possible picheral on Wed Jul 23 2008 4 16 pm Dear Rubens Eduardo I am just back from a cruise The smallest size depends on the ESD min setting of Zooprocess You can adjust it in the Edit configuration

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