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  1. Connected components on discrete and continuous multilabel 3D & 2D images. Handles 26, 18, and 6 connected variants.

    C++ 164 27

  2. Threaded Python and CLI client library for AWS S3, Google Cloud Storage (GCS), in-memory, and the local filesystem.

    Python 21 3

  3. Euclidean distance transform for multi-label 3D anisotropic images using marching parabolas.

    C++ 132 28

  4. Read and write Neuroglancer datasets programmatically.

    Python 91 36

  5. Skeletonize densely labeled 3D image segmentations with TEASAR.

    Python 85 16

  6. Neuroglancer compatible Downsampling, Meshing, Skeletonizing, Contrast Normalization, Transfers and more.

    Python 26 14

937 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

May 2022

Opened 5 pull requests in 4 repositories
seung-lab/euclidean-distance-transform-3d 1 open 1 merged
google/neuroglancer 1 merged
seung-lab/igneous 1 merged
seung-lab/cloud-volume 1 merged
Reviewed 1 pull request in 1 repository
seung-lab/cloud-volume 1 pull request

Created an issue in siahuat0727/tirf that received 2 comments

Possible Performance Improvements for cc3d

Hi! I was just browsing packages that are using cc3d and I'm glad you decided to use it! I noticed that you seemed to be having performance issues …

2 comments
Opened 5 other issues in 5 repositories
JoHof/lungmask 1 open
imsunpeng/sunpeng3 1 open
Kramer84/pyfqmr-Fast-Quadric-Mesh-Reduction 1 open
google/neuroglancer 1 closed
seung-lab/euclidean-distance-transform-3d 1 open
1 contribution in private repositories May 6

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