We are pleased to announce that a new paper by Koji Kyoda, a Research Scientist in Onami lab, et al. was published in PLOS ONE.
In this paper, we developed the BD5, a new binary data format based on HDF5. It can be used to represent quantitative data of biological dynamics obtained from bioimage informatics techniques and mechanobiological simulations. BD5 allows fast access to quantitative data and fast transfer of files containing large quantitative data.