🔬 BINA 2024 Community Congress, Sept 23-27 🦡Save the Date!
The BINA Quality Control and Data Management Working Group (QC-DM WG) was created to help drive the North American and international imaging communities’ efforts to improve the reproducibility, comparability, downstream analysis and re-use of image data through rigorous record-keeping, quality control, and data management.
As such the QC-DM WG will concentrated its efforts in two directions:
The Automated Image Management and Metadata Annotation (AIMM) User Group is currently led by QCDM WG members: Caterina Strambio De Castillia & Judith Lacoste. Visit the webpage for more details!
Presentation at the BINA 2022 Community Congress from the QCDM Working Group.
This is the recording of the presentation portion of the BINA Community Conversation in January 2022, hosted by the Quality Control and Data Management Working Group (QCDM WG). Each of the presenters shared about an article from the December 2021 FOCUS issue of Nature Methods on Reporting and Reproducibility (https://www.nature.com/collections/djiciihhjh).
Published Paper from the QUAREP-LiMi WG 12 – The author list includes many of our QCDM members!
Congratulations to the Quality Control & Data Management (QCDM) Working Group, Quality Assessment and Reproducibility for Instruments & Images in Light Microscopy (QUAREP-LiMi) initiative and all the participating BINA members for producing the amazing collection of articles featured in the December Focus issue of Nature Methods!
Quality Control and Data Management Working Group video update from the LABIxBINA 2023 Conference.
The BINA QCDM WG is working on a metrology suitcase program for the North American region
Editorial article featured by Nature Methods in the June 2022 issue, discussing the efforts carried out by QUAREP-LiMi’s WG2 on Detection Systems Performance and WG7 on Metadata in collaboration with representatives from major global camera manufacturers (i.e., Andor, Hamamatsu, Leica, Nikon, Olympus, PCO, Scientifica, Teledyne Photometrics, and Zeiss) to standardize the metadata information provided by manufacturers about cameras.