TissueStack and ANDS funded HTML5 web 3D data viewer

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TissueStack is a HTML5 web based voxel data viewer that was developed under the ANDS applications funding round. The development was undertaken and the UQ node of NIF at the Centre for Advanced Imaging, University of Queensland The development group of TissueStack: Andrew Janke, Harald Waxenegger, Meng-Kuan (Adam) Lin, Oliver Nicolini, Graham Galloway.
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I'm Andrew janky from the center of bands dimensional universe Queensland recently completing the hands under project called tissue stack it's an open-source html5 web based application for viewing image ago when the main motivators tissue stock was to me the collaboration brainless in projects it was becoming increasingly difficult to run projects collaborative that the large datasets involved I'm talking today were to one of our collaborators could be the chance Watson tissue stack and how it helps himself and his collaborators with the research I I'm Charles Watson I work at Curtin University and of neuroscience research Australia my speciality is making brain atlases and George paxinos and I have made rodent and primate brain atlases over the past 30 years in the past six to seven years we became aware of the power of MRI as a way of demonstrating neuroanatomy and we both worked on projects that have made use of the very high resolution that's now available for mouse and rat brain studies thanks Charles one of the problems of these data sets is very large and that's difficult to collaborate on between researchers you're involved in a project across multiple sites in brisbane melbourne and perth could you give us some insight as to how juicy steak help this project there are there are a
number of problems of course in using MRI the datasets are very large and when we when we started six or seven years ago we we use them in a quite primitive way basically I got prints a series of prints of coronal sections of the particular brain and I annotated them in pen and then send them back to be
incorporated into the original data set this this is sort of like the horse and cart technology in a in a spaceship age
since then with the availability of a
tissue stack and a similar program such that but particularly tissues that we've
now got the opportunity of having access to these very very large files in from
the cloud so they don't have to clog up
your own computer and being able to do the annotations directly on the files of
course the the great thing about having access to the entire data set at one time is that it can be sliced in any
direction it can be represented in any way you like you can jump from one plane to another and it's it's an enormous advantage over what we've been doing in the one of the future visions were tissue stack was the reserves could shift away from paper veselo system more dynamic interfaces such as tablets and phones as these allow more data to be added and overlaid is this reality you see any time in the future the big issue for the
future i think is going to be convenience of access and the possibility of using a program like tissue stack on tablets is a very exciting one at present i work with groups in brisbane in new york and in duke university north carolina on different projects and the ability to share data on the from the cloud and access it through tissue stack will make a huge difference to the way that we're able to interact it means this in a sense and ability for all participants to interact with the same data set to annotate it and to have discussions on the way forward we basically at the moment are working to transform our histological paper-based rat brain atlas into a an MRI Atlas which will be usable on tablets and other computers while it might not have quite the same level of fine detail as the original paper-based Atlas it will I think become the major form of anatomical representation of the next few years