We provide extensive documentation and welcome contributions to improve it.
This provides an overview of the platform for scientists and a complete version history but mostly focuses on the technical details of installing and working with OMERO for system administrators and developers, and advanced users of the command line interface.
This includes a complete version history, guides for using Bio-Formats as a plugin for ImageJ/Fiji, extensive information on which formats are supported and the level of that support, and also information for developers wanting to extend Bio-Formats or use it in their own software.
This includes guidance for using the OME Files C++ implementation and the OME CMake Super-Build, as well as links to the API references.
This covers the OME data model, including a full version history, and the documentation and specifications for OME-TIFF and OME-XML, including guidance for developers.
This provides guidance for developers wishing to contribute code to OME projects and also covers internal practices and workflows such as the use of continuous integration tools.
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