Open Collective
Open Collective


Fiscal Host: NumFOCUS

scikit-image is a collection of algorithms for image processing. It is available free of charge and free of restriction. We pride ourselves on high-quality, peer-reviewed code, written by an active community of volunteers.


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When we all come together, we can affect great change! Even a small monthly donation, when combined with others, can help support a developer throu... Read more

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Support the following initiatives from scikit-image.

scikit-image CZI 2022-309813
GPU acceleration, rapid releases, and biomedical examples for scikit-image


Transparent and open finances.

-$6,307.00 USD
Invoice #125726
-$2,000.00 USD
Invoice #125393
-$5,751.00 USD
Invoice #121035
Today’s balance

$1,395.00 USD

Total raised

$1,650.00 USD

Total disbursed

$255.00 USD

Estimated annual budget

$1,650.00 USD


scikit-image is developed by the scikit-image developers and a community of volunteers.

You can email us, talk to us on our developer forum, or visit our user support forum.

Please visit our website to learn more about the project.