Category Archives: Resources

Best Practices:

Best Practices for image data management include that at a minimum,  authors should: retain the original captured image and provided it if questions arise during review or after publication retain detailed records of the steps necessary to replicate the published image, in a lab notebook or as metadata

Dr. John C. Russ

John Russ has provided workshops in the field of  Photoshop, image processing and measurement, stereology, forensics and more for over nine years.

Scientific Imaging and Analysis

Ethics, Post-Processing, Output and Quantization. Contact to schedule Minneapolis, MN These commercial workshops will educate those in science, medicine and engineering about correct techniques when post-processing in Photoshop/ImageJ, and adjusting images for outputs; along with techniques that work for segmenting complex, biological images (for subsequent image analysis).

Jerry Sedgewick:

Book on Scientific Imaging in Photoshop

Doug Cromey

Website Online Learning Tool Ethical Guidelines

John Russ:

Books on Digital Image Data Processing

ORI Forensic Tools for Quick Examination of Scientific Images and Plagiarism.

 Tools developed by the federal Office of Research Integrity for examining digital images. http://ori.hhs.gov/tools/

Data Management for Digital Images:

 Precis overview of the issues involved in image integrity for researchers in biomedicine; covers publication and data management; appropriate for use in seminars and presentations: Digital Image Data Management

Four Best Practices in Image Integrity for Journal Editors:

 From panel discussion at the Council of Science Editor’s 2011 annual meeting.    Journal-BestPractices

“Changing Standards for Manipulation of Digital Images in Biomedical Articles”:

Poster presentation of research on author instructions at 446 biomedical journals   Presented at 2011 Council of Science Editors Annual Meeting.  CSEPoster2011

What is Image Falsification

 A proposed schema:  Falsification Table

Council of Science Editors Annual Conference – 2016

CSE’s 2013 Annual Conference will be held May 14-17, 2016, in Denver, CO at the Grand Hyatt, Denver. This year’s theme: Pioneers in Scholarly Publishing: Thriving in the New Frontier Visit the CSE web site for current information.

Microscopy & Microanalysis 2016 Meeting

M&M 2013 will be held July 24-28, 2016, at the Columbus Convention Center in Columbus, Ohio. Visit the Microscopy & Microanalysis web site for the most current information.