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Computationally creating a PowerPoint presentation of experimental results using Python

This post is an update of the previous post, which discussed how to create a powerpoint slide desk with results using Matlab. In the last couple of years, we have mostly transitioned to python for our digital pathology image analysis, in particular those tasks which employ deep learning. It thus makes sense to port our tools over as well. In this case, we’ll be looking at building powerpoint slide desks using python.

Let’s look at what we want as our final output:

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Exporting from Matlab To PowerPoint

Reviewing the results of an image based experiment, across many images, can be annoying in matlab. Too much clicking!

I’ve recently started using PowerPoint to view many of my results. This blog posts discuss how using the free export to PowerPoint toolbox it is possible to create a slide desk with all relevant information for easier viewing. It looks like this:


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