Posts in BrainGlobe-v1

cellfinder has moved: version 1 of brainglobe-workflows released

Continuing the restructuring of BrainGlobe, the cellfinder command-line tool has moved to a new home, brainglobe-workflows. Please note that we will no longer be providing Docker images for cellfinder’s command-line functionality either - if you were previously using the Docker image, please see the advice in the full changelog.

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Version 1 of brainreg and brainglobe-segmentation released

The restructuring of BrainGlobe is underway, beginning with the release of version 1 of brainreg and brainglobe-segmentation (previously known as brainreg-segment). Previously, there were three tools with the prefix brainreg (“brain registration”) that were split across three packages:

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BrainGlobe is being restructured, version 1 is on it’s way!

BrainGlobe provides and maintains a number of open-source tools, each of which are provided as Python-based software packages. A number of these tools also come with a graphical user-interface provided by a napari plugin that can be installed on top of the Python package. Whilst there is an advantage to the modularity provided by maintaining separate tools, the same modularity can present challenges and unnecessary difficulties when running an analysis that relies on multiple BrainGlobe tools. Particular pinch points include:

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