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GIIAF Microscopy Library

The GIIAF Microscopy Library, that uses customised OMERO software

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This project incorporates a suite of tools that aim to allow researchers within Griffith's Imaging and Image Analysis Facility (GIIAF) to efficiently and effectively provide secure, centralised, web-accessible data storage, management and manipulation.
The open-source Java-based OMERO software was customised to provide most of the features of this project.

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  • Custom OMERO web uploader that allows integrated & configurable metadata to be added to all media files and import them to OMERO.
  • Custom media and collection metadata that can be viewed and edited in the OMERO.web interface, until a collection has been published.
  • Allows only Chief Investigator's (CI) to publish a collection.
  • Once a collection has been published, collection metadata is automatically pushed to Research Data Australia, enhancing it's discoverability.


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