OMERO handles all your images using a secure central repository, from the microscope to publication.
Using the power of Bio-Formats, OMERO supports over 140 image file formats, including all major microscope formats.
Upload your data via the desktop app or command line, use our custom dropbox tool, or have your facility manager import it for you
View and organize your data from anywhere you have internet access
Work with your images using the OMERO.insight desktop app, with OMERO.web in your browser, or from 3rd party software
Use ImageJ, MATLAB, R, scripts and other tools to run analysis on data in OMERO and save results on the server
Share data with collaborators or your PI via URLs
Publish direct from the server via a customized website or embedded viewer
Some of OMERO’s key features for scientific workflows are highlighted below.
Import over 140 image formats from microscope, graphics and other imaging formats, using the OMERO.insight app.View User Guide
Use OMERO.insight and OMERO.web to work with image data over the internet from anywhere. Browse thumbnails, image previews and view in full viewer including 'split-channel' view and Z-projection.View User Guide
Rendering settings, including colours and intensity ranges can be adjusted and saved for any image. In appropriate groups, other group members can save their own settings for shared images.View User Guide
The Measurement Tool in OMERO.insight is used to draw Regions of Interest (ROIs) and enable some basic analysis to be performed.View User Guide
Add tags, key-value pairs, comments, ratings or file attachments to single or multiple images or containers. Search sort or interact with data based on these annotations.View User Guide
OMERO Groups enable sharing of data, annotations and figures within groups of scientists. Browse multiple groups and move data between them. Group owners have extra capabilities.View User Guide
The OMERO ImageJ plugin enables images on OMERO to be opened directly in ImageJ/Fiji. Save ROIs and overlays, results, new images or modified images from ImageJ into OMERO.View User Guide