We’ve all done this before – CellProfiler Analyst needs a database file, but your CellProfiler pipeline that took days to run was set up to export spreadsheets. To make matters worse, you also need a .properties file explaining what to do with that database. Fortunately, you don’t need to re-run the entire experiment to get your data into CellProfiler Analyst. This blog post will cover how to convert a spreadsheet into a database and make a usable .properties file with which to load it into CellProfiler Analyst.
We have now released CellProfiler version 4.0! Download it here.
The primary goal of this release has been to migrate CellProfiler from Python 2 to Python 3. This has involved extensive restructuring of the code base, leading to a lot of “under-the-hood” improvements.
Important Compatibility Notes
As a major release, this version contains changes to CellProfiler that will...
We have now released CellProfiler Analyst version 3.0! Download it here.
As with CellProfiler 4, the primary goal of this release has been to migrate from Python 2 to Python 3 and modernise the application. We’ve also focused on improving performance and usability. Along with backend improvements that make the software faster and more reliable (see...