The video above whilst brief is highly instructive. In the previous post in this series I looked at how to download the 3D viewer. By using the 3D viewer in conjunction with the video above I was able to look at the expression of the gene DRD1 in the cortex. Searching within the desktop viewer led to an external site through the browser. This browser based viewer sent event driven information to the desktop viewer enabling a 3D view of the gene expression. A screenshot below shows the results with the 3D head inset orientating the viewer to the image rotation.
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