Sphinx-based documentation for the Open Microscopy Environment
OME (Open Microscopy Environment) develops open-source software and data format standards for the storage and manipulation of biological light microscopy data. A joint project between universities, research establishments and industry in Europe and the USA, OME has over 20 active researchers with strong links to the microscopy community. Funded …
Bio-Formats is a Java library for reading and writing data in life sciences image file formats. It is developed by the Open Microscopy Environment. Bio-Formats is released under the GNU General Public License (GPL); commercial licenses are available from Glencoe Software.
OME Project User Guides
OME main website
Playbooks used by the OME team for deploying production services including OMERO
Test repository for the snoopycrimecop/snoopycrimecop code.
Failing links that are ignored by our sphinx build system.
OME tools for managing the Git(Hub) workflow
Dockerfile to build an Octave container
OMERO marshalling infrastructure
OMERO.web production docker image
OMERO.server production docker image
Clone of https://git.embl.de/balazs/B3D
Dockerfile to build an ApacheDS container providing an LDAP and optionally a Kerberos service.
A repository for benchmark testing of OME Files
A repository containing scripts for managing infrastructure
Dependencies for testing OME Ansible roles with Molecule
Centos 7 Zeroc Ice Python Builder
Installs and configures OMERO.server
A simple POM to update Bio-Formats on a Fiji distribution
Bio-Formats Octave container based on openmicroscopy/octave
Examples showing how to consume Bio-Formats with Maven or Gradle
Install upstream PostgreSQL server. Optionally creates users and databases.
Ansible role to setup a Python virtualenv using the upstream package
Plugins for OMERO