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OME Data Model (Microscopy)
The OME Model is a specification for storing data on biological imaging. The model includes image parameters, such as XYZ dimensions and pixels type, as well as extensive metadata on, for example, image acquisition, annotation, and regions of interest (ROIs). This common specification is essential for the exchange of image data between different software packages. OME-XML is a file format used to store data according to the OME Model, serving as a convenient file format for data migration from one site or user to another. OME-TIFF is a multi-plane tiff file that contains OME metadata in the header, in the form of OME-XML. This allows the pixels to be read with any TIFF-compatible program, and the metadata to be extracted with any OME-aware application. Our paper describing the design and implementation of the OME-XML file appeared in Genome Biology.
ISO 19115: Federal Geospatial Metadata Standards
Potential use for any data that has a geospatial component.