This page preserves older QuPath news for posterity.
Please join us for a new QuPath webinar on 25 April 2022!
The webinar will run twice with live Q&A - register below for the time that suits you best:
For the rest of the week, there will be a QuPath hackathon for coders.
For more details, see the forum announcement here.
This is a minor update that aims to be fully compatible with v0.3.0 and v0.3.1 – but contains some important bug fixes and performance improvements.
Download QuPath v0.3.2 here!
This is a minor update that aims to be fully compatible with v0.3.0 – but contains some important bug fixes and performance improvements.
Download QuPath v0.3.1 here!
These give an overview of all the public methods in the main QuPath code, and may be useful for anyone writing custom scripts or extensions.
Download QuPath v0.3.0 here!
Please remember to cite the QuPath paper if you use it in your work!
Bankhead, P. et al. QuPath: Open source software for digital pathology image analysis. Scientific Reports (2017). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-017-17204-5
It’s grant application time again – which means planning for the future and trying to convince funding bodies that QuPath is important.
Please help us by completing our QuPath User Survey!
By participating, you not only help us to establish QuPath’s continued existence, but also to shape our priorities. This isn’t just about adding new software features and improving the existing ones: we’d really appreciate your views on training opportunities, support models, research collaborations, and community events as we aim to make the software as useful as possible for researchers worldwide.
QuPath v0.2.3 is available here.
This is a minor release focused on fixing bugs; see the changelog for details.
The first Edinburgh release of QuPath is available here.
More than three years since v0.1.2 and a lot has changed.
Find the full documentation at https://qupath.readthedocs.io
Important! It is not recommended to mix different version of QuPath for analysis. If you started a project in v0.1.2, it is probably best to continue with that version - or start again with v0.2.0.
Videos from the recent QuPath workshop held at the La Jolla Institute for Immunology are now on YouTube