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This image contains an image analysis pipeline for analysis of whole slide tissue images.
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This image contains an image analysis pipeline to segment nuclei in whole slide tissue images and compute a number of shape, size, and intensity features for each segmented nucleus.

You can pull the Docker image as follows:

docker pull docker pull sbubmi/pathomics_nucleus:1.0

To use this container, please clone the GitHub repository for the source code:

git clone

This will create a pathomics_analysis folder. You can interact with the Docker image (start a container, segment a region in a whole slide tissue image, and kill and remove the container) using the Python script (located in nucleusSegmentation/script):

Usage: [-h|command <arguments>]


start - Start a Docker instance for segmentation.
remove - Kill and remove Docker instance.
segment - Run image analysis pipeline.

Run command for help on command arguments. start <docker name> [<docker image>]
<docker name> - unique name for the Docker container instance. The Docker container with this <docker name> will be started.
<docker image> - optional name of the Docker image to start. remove <docker name>
<docker name> - unique name for the Docker container that was provided with the start command. Running Docker container instance will be killed and removed. segment <docker name> <tissue image file> <output zip file> <other arguments>
<docker name> - the name of the running Docker container.
<image file> - input whole tissue image file.
<zip file> - zip file that will store the result files.
Required arguments:
-s <tile_minx,tile_miny>
-b <tile_width,tile_height>
-d <patch_width,patch_height>
-a <analysis_id: string>
-c <case_id: string>
-p <subject_id: string>
Optional arguments:
-r <otsuRatio>
-w <curvatureWeight>
-l <sizeLowerThld>
-u <sizeUpperThld>
-k <msKernel>
-n <levelsetNumberOfIterations>
-m <mpp>
-e <analysis desc: string>
-v <output level: mask|mask:img|mask:img:overlay>

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