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BacTrack User Tutorial

BacTrack feature written and video tutorial: \

Tutorial

To start, either:

- SETUP NEW EXPERIMENT

  You must prepare, beforehand, three folders: red, green and blue (each containing image sequence of the appropriate channel).                              
  Images must be PNGs, 512x512, 8-bit, and must be named unanimously (having the same name, and increasing number at the end), e.g.:                                         
                                                                                                                                                             
      prpdesGFPmCherryWag05prop01_32_white0000.png                                                                                                           
      prpdesGFPmCherryWag05prop01_32_white0001.png                                                                                                           
      prpdesGFPmCherryWag05prop01_32_white0002.png                                                                                                           
      ...                                                                                                                                                    
  Don't worry, ImageJ will do this for you (by deafault), if you say File->Save As->Image sequence                                                           
  These folders must not be moved afterwards (in this version) - the program will expect images to be at the same place when you (later) load the experiment!
  In other words, images WILL NOT be saved to database, only the calculated/defined ROIs, measurements etc.                                                  
                                                                                                                                                             

- LOAD THE EXISTING EXPERIMENT

  (beware of the last sentence, just above) 

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