I am trying to 3d segment cells in monolayer. I have 3 florescent probes (DNA, Actin, and Protien of interest). I am using a Z stack. I have been following the tutorial that is available at https://github.com/CellProfiler/tutorials/tree/master/3d_monolayer
however when ever I try to test any image processing I only get the x portion of the image no Y it all seems stacked on top of itself.
It looks like the image you’re trying to use contains a z-stack in multiple fluorescence channels, which effectively makes this a 4D image which the 3D modules can’t interpret. You’ll need to export or split each channel into individual z-stacks before trying to load it into CellProfiler.
Hope that helps
Ok so I have made tiff’s of all the individual z stack images in each channel and tried downloading just one channel but cannot get the system to recognize the z series. I guess I am struggling with entering the following input
My file name T260xpiezo1x_008Z01C1.tif Where Z goes to 11 and C1 stays the same since I am only loading one channel.
Do I need rename all my files to Z–>xy ? or can I do something similar to what is below?
Would you be able to upload one of the new files so I can take a look?
The expression for your file name (T260xpiezo1x_008Z01C1.tif)
Still you could share the file.
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Thanks I tried the labeling that you advised with no success.
Here is a link to the tiffs so you can try it out. I am still getting a metadata orange x when I tried what was suggested and no changes in the series and frame data columns…
Thanks for the continued help,
That format is also not right; for 3D, you need one stack per channel, so if you had 3 colors and 11 z planes, you need 3 image files, each with 11 slices. Hope that helps!