Getting started with Neuroglancer

Neuroglancer is a powerful web-based viewer for volumetric data. It is especially useful for viewing large three dimensional datasets that can be impractical to view in other traditional image viewer applications, such as FIJI. It is the main tool we use for visualizing the light sheet microscopy data generated in the Brain Registration and Histology Core Facility at the Princeton Neuroscience Institute (see: About).

Below is a video tutorial showing some of the basic features of Neuroglancer using an example c-Fos dataset kindly provided by Jess Verpeut. To try out Neuroglancer yourself, check out the Neuroglancer c-fos example dataset, which has the same layers as the ones shown in the video (No VPN required).

11. May 2020 by ahoag
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