I will be showing image processing with ImageJ and machine learning with KNIME and IPython notebook at the University of Albany Open Source Festival, Wednesday April 15th Details are here: http://ualbanyasist.com/open-source-festival/osf-2015/
July 22 and 23 I will be participating in the Mozilla Science Lab Global Sprint. More details here.
In late April I travelled to ISBI in Beijing to participate in the 2nd annual Deconvolution Grand Challenge. Full report here.
I am helping SUNY-Albany-CCI organize a team for the first ever Mozilla Science Lab global sprint. When: Tuesday, July 22, 2014 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Wednesday, July 23, 2014 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM Where: SUNY, Albany, main campus, New Business Building; Room BB 213 http://mozillascience.org/how-to-join-us-for-our-first-ever-global-sprint/ Why: 1. Contribute to open science. 2. Learn skills that can be used… More →
The last two Saturdays I participated in “Hack for Change Albany” and “National Trails Day”. Most people would consider trail work and computer programming to be very different, but both events were actually very similar in format. Groups of volunteers got together for a common cause. In each case we were loosely organized by a leader but also encouraged to… More →
Some interesting articles from the last couple of weeks…(If you follow the open science and reproducible research communities you have probably already seen these). Nate Silver comments on a repeatable data controversy. Silver reaches a very large audience so people outside the open data community will read this. He also makes a good point “be skeptical of the skeptics” too!… More →
Last month I attended ISBI 2014 in Beijing as part of the Deconvolution Grand Challenge. These challenges are very important as they encourage cross fertilization of technology. The top 3 entries were. Ferreol Soulez – Learn 2D, Apply 3D Method David Biggs – Olympus Cellsens Deconvolution Software- (Very fast. Dave did his PhD in algorithm acceleration). Sander Kromwijk – A… More →
I’ve just added an ImageJ2 wrapper to YacuDecu (by Bob Pepin) in both the main deconvolution project and RogueImageJPlugins. RogueImageJPlugins is a place where I am putting cool self contained plugins and examples. Yacu Decu was written as an Imaris plugin. The Imaris version can be found here. I’ve played with it a little and got about a 10x speed… More →
March 28th I gave a presentation on Integration of “Multiple Open Source Components for Image Deconvolution” at the Albany Open Source Festival.
I am no expert in internet security. I am also fairly new to open source so I don’t claim to understand all the complicated factors that led to the heartbleed bug. From what I understand the problem occurred because of a bug in a piece of widely used open source code. There is quite a bit of discussion on heartbleed… More →