Bioimaging is the subfield of biology that focuses primarily on capturing images or video of biological processes, commonly at the cellular level. What image data offers over more traditional forms of biological data is the ability to visualize individual cells, protein expression, and other structures present in a cell culture or tissue. However, an image does not directly measure the types of biological data scientists are more notably interested in. Instead, an image is just a representation of light intensities captured at different wavelengths of the electromagnetic spectrum. This indirect form of data makes images challenging to decode into useful forms of data. For instance, what if we wanted to count the number of cells in an image? Of course, a person can sit on front of computer screen and count the number of individual cells, but what if there are hundreds or thousands of images to analyze? We would like to automate this process such that a software system can extract and decode bits of information from raw biological images into useful forms of data.