openBIS for High Content Screening (HCS) screening was developed for querying and visualizing raw and analyzed data produced in HCS experiments in an intuitive way. It supports the management of image data, of metadata (e.g. library information) and of image analysis results in a scalable way. The data can be reviewed, browsed, annotated, visualized and made available to analysis tools. Screening images can be accessed and viewed from the Plate Viewer. Feature vectors from images can be displayed as graphs.

Integration with Genedata Screener (a commercial solution for HCS data analysis, popular in pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies), KNIME (an Open Source Workflow Manager), and with a custom workflow (BeeWM) have been established.

Image plate view in openBIS for HCS.

Feature vectors plate view in openBIS for HCS.

openBIS for Microscopy builds on top of openBIS for High Content Screening, with an image viewer that allows to visualize single images as well as images taken at different time-points and different depths.

Image view in openBIS.

Image view in openBIS.

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