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Chromatin decondensation: case study of tracking features in confocal data

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2 Author(s)
W. de Leeuw ; Center for Math. & Comput. Sci., CWI, Amsterdam, Netherlands ; R. van Liere

In this case study we discuss an interactive feature tracking system and its use for the analysis of chromatin decondensation. Features are described as points in a multidimensional attribute space. Distances between points are used as a measure for feature correspondence. Users can interactively experiment with the correspondence measure in order to gain insight in chromatin movement. In addition, by defining time as an attribute, tracking problems related to noisy confocal data can be circumvented.

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Visualization, 2001. VIS '01. Proceedings

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