The Embryo Digital Atlas is an open-source project aiming at building a web based platform to visualize complex experimental datasets in an easy and beautiful way.
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The Embryo Digital Atlas

The Embryo Digital Atlas is a web based platform for curious citizens, students and scientists, to visualize complex experimental datasets of embryogenesis in an easy and beautiful way.

Using The Embryo Digital Atlas

We foresee the following uses of our platform:

  • Exploring complex datasets by varying time steps, changing modalities and colors, changing datasets, model organisms (fly, zebrafish, human embryos)

  • Sharing knowledge about datasets and teaching each other by tagging images.

  • Generating beautiful visualizations and exporting for publications or presentations.

Current Users

Shvartsman lab at Princeton University

Center for Data Arts at The New School

Inspiration

Illustrations by Nobel Prize winner Ramón y Cajal

Ernst Haeckel's Kunstformen der Natur

The beautiful Wind Map by Fernanda Viégas and Martin Wattenberg.

The Allen Cell Institute's Cell Explorer

The Human Protein Atlas

And more

Contribute

Want to contribute? Here is the roadmap and here are the contributor guidelines.

Gitter

Acknowledgments

We warmly thank the Shvartsman Lab, the Center for Data Arts, the Mozilla Science Lab, the MOZWOW 2017 cohort, Jérôme Le Lan.