Stereology is the science of determining geometric quantities by sampling and estimating. Measures of size include, how many, length, surface area, and volume.
The University of Western Australia presents an illustrated description of sampling and measurement techniques. Includes exercises in estimating volume and cell density.
Stereology systems including image analysis for biological research including the neurosciences, toxicology, and pharmacology.
Inviting membership. Includes abstracts of journals, courses and details of related conferences.
Explores both recent and innovative methods in stereology as well as cover interesting aspects of older issues.
Introduction to common pitfalls encountered in stereological work.
Calculator of standard sampling error and sampling points needed for stereological research applications.
List of classes taught worldwide.
Provides biomedical and bioscience researchers with resources for scientific measurement and analysis. Describes training, software, tissue sample analysis, and independent validation.
1988 paper by Robert W. Williams and Pasko Rakic presenting the "counting box" method. Updated with authors' comments on their paper and on the Abercrombie's correction.
Describes software, hardware, training, and custom development.
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