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Image analysis in plant sciences: Publish then Perish Lobet G. 2017, Trends in Plant Science View at publisher | Download PDF
An online database for plant image analysis software tools Lobet G., Draye X., Périlleux C. 2013, Plant Methods, vol. 9 (38) View at publisher | Download PDF
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Guillaume did his PhD in Xavier Draye's lab, on water relations in the soil-plant-atmosphere continuum. Already at that time his research combined plant physiology, image analysis, phenotyping and modelling. After the completion of his doctorate, he moved to Liege, to work with Claire Périlleux on carbon relations in the root system at the floral transition. Again, during that project, he combined experimental and modelling work. Guillaume was appointed as Assistant Professor in a joint position between the Forschungszentrum Jülich and the Université catholique de Louvain in 2016 to decrypt complex processes using whole plant models.
Clément Saint CastiD
Clément did his PhD with Frédéric Danjon, Défossez Pauline and Céline Meredieu, on forest tree anchorage mechanisms. He developed a numerical approach to model the development of the root system and to describe the strains resulting from common winds. After the completion of his doctorate, he moved to Louvain-la-Neuve, to work with Xavier Draye's lab on interoperability between phenomic and modelling communities.
About the website
The aim of this website is to help researchers having to analyze plants to find the right tool or model for their research.
The aim of this website is only to help researchers having to analyze plants, not to promote a specific software. It has absolutely no commercial purpose (actually, by hosting it, we loose money).
We try to do our best to keep the software and model list up to date, but we might miss some useful software or model and some information might not be correct or accurate enough. Most of the informations and pictures you can find here are coming either from the software and model websites, user manuals or scientific articles. If you notice any mistake, please let me know so we can correct it.
Of course, we try not to break any copyrights by maintaining this website, but if we did, just contact us, we will swiftly correct the mistake. Unlike specified otherwise, all rights belong to the authors of the different softwares.
Conflict of interest
We admit having one conflict of interest curating this website since our own root image analysis software (SmartRoot and GLORIA) and model (PlaNet-Maize) are listed here. We tried our best not to put it forward and it received the same amount of space as the other ones, but if you think it is not the case, please do not hesitate to tell us so we can correct the mistake.