Draft of Public Lab Image Sequencer User Manual – Comments Welcome!
- Image sequencer is an online tool for image processing and is available at http://sequencer.publiclab.org/examples/#steps=. The github site is available at: https://github.com/publiclab/image-sequencer
- The draft manual provides instruction for the web browser applications of Image Sequencer. The user manual consists of specifications, module descriptions and an applications section which describes how the modules, when combined, can be used for different types of image analysis. The draft manual is available at: https://github.com/MargaretAN9/GSOC-2019/blob/master/Image%20Sequencer%20User%20Manual%20v3.docx
- This effort support Public Lab’s GSOC 2019 efforts such as: https://publiclab.org/notes/MaggPi/03-30-2019/soc-2019-a-small-proposal-for-global-environmental-monitoring. The goal is have an updated manual that incorporates GSOC 2019 Image Sequencer software improvements by Aug 15, 2019.
Request for comments
- Seeking comments from Image Sequencer users and developers on User Manual contents, format and scope of effort.
- Project goal is to develop a single document that helps users understand, access and implement Image Sequencer software for different Public Lab applications.
- Version 0.1 of the Image Sequencer User Manual is available at: https://github.com/MargaretAN9/GSOC-2019/blob/master/Image%20Sequencer%20User%20Manual%20v3.docx select 'view raw' for Word file download.
- The first draft of the user manual incorporates information from the Public Lab Image Sequencer github site as well as examples of Image Sequencer image processing modules. Feel free to recommend new sections and make updates!
- Also request specific information about content outlined ’ in red’ such as maximum image size, processing time and operating system environment.
- Please make comments to this post or update the document posted on the github site.
- Goal is to develop version 0.2 by July 1, 2019 and continue to update till Aug 15, 2019.
All comments appreciated and Thank You for helping Public Lab develop better software (and software documentation)!