I’m dabbling a little with PlantCV, an open-source image analysis package with lots of pre-built features for doing plant image analysis. It can be installed using the Conda package manager system, which means I won’t have to mess around with all the dependencies. It can also be installed on a RasPi, which is also very interesting. It isn’t clear to me how well it works on roots, as most of the examples I recall seeing seem to focus on leaves and stems. I can’t think of why this could be a problem, but I’d like to poke around a little bit with some example root files once I capture them using the RasPi hq-cam next week.