A New Approach for Color Quality Control in Whole Slide Imaging Systems
12 Feb 2015

The quantitative assessment of tissue features has become one of the hallmarks of Digital Pathology. Image analysis, however, can only be as accurate as the image acquisition that precedes it. Whole slide imaging and scanner systems are now offered by a variety of vendors and these instruments differ in speed, degree of automation, image quality and consistency, slide capacity and, last but not least, price. However, accuracy, linearity and long-term reliability are not easily user-verifiable. This webinar will address the use of a standard color slide for quality control purposes and – when necessary – imaging system adjustments. The principles discussed in this webinar apply both to digital whole slide scanning as well as traditional digital microscope imaging.

Datacolor Inc.



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