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The rapid pace of innovation in biological imaging and the diversity of its applications have prevented the establishment of a community-agreed standardized data format. We propose that complementing established open formats such as OME-TIFF and HDF5 with a next-generation file format such as Zarr will satisfy the majority of use cases in bioimaging. Critically, a common metadata format used in all these vessels can deliver truly findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable bioimaging data.
- Computational platforms and environments
- Data publication and archiving
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Molecular Biology
- Cell Biology
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- 3 Finished
The Image Data Resource: Making Biological Imaging Data FAIR (Joint with EMBL-EBI) (Biomedical Resources Grant)
1/10/18 → 1/04/22
1/07/17 → 30/06/18