Chips and Tips: Superior data presentation of poor quality microfluidics images

R Holmes, NJ Goddard

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    Abstract

    A number of journals (including Lab on a Chip - Ed) provide space to upload image and movie data alongside publications on the web. However, the print publication must also contain sufficient illustrations to facilitate the understanding of the content without reference to such files. This tip demonstrates the use of a low cost image analysis system which may be used to facilitate data presentation of poor quality video images for use in paper-based publications. This is especially important in the field of miniaturisation and microfluidics, where video data is often the most convenient format (sometimes the only format) in which to record results.
    LanguageEnglish
    PublisherRoyal Society of Chemistry
    Publication statusPublished - 5 Feb 2007

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    Microfluidics
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    Holmes, R. (Author), & Goddard, NJ. (Author). (2007). Chips and Tips: Superior data presentation of poor quality microfluidics images. Web publication/site, Royal Society of Chemistry. Retrieved from http://www.rsc.org/Publishing/Journals/lc/Chips_and_Tips
    Holmes, R (Author) ; Goddard, NJ (Author). / Chips and Tips: Superior data presentation of poor quality microfluidics images. [Web publication/site].
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