Of course you are helping science: http://blog.eyewire.org/about/
Does your cube contain such a huge blob? http://i.imgur.com/qAnsB.pngThen you got a (rather uninteresting) cell body. Just reconstruct the superficies and submit that work.
Yellow: Admin | Purple: Moderator | Blue: Day topscorers | Red: All-time topscorer
Type /debug in chat to see the cube ID, coordinates and other information.
Press Ctrl+E (or Cmd+E on Mac) to toggle "explore mode" on and offCtrl+D will delete everything you have done in explore mode; Ctrl+M will add it to your workIf you hit "I'm finished", ALL colored paths are submitted! Be sure to use Ctrl+D
A merger occurs when the AI or players mistakenly colored an adjacent neuron as well.http://blog.eyewire.org/the-grimreaper-has-an-announcement/
Your payment are points and honor - your reward the good feeling to do this FOR SCIENCE! :D
Points are based on time, volume and accuracy. Longer answer can be found athttp://blog.eyewire.org/how-are-points-calculated-in-eyewire/
Trailblazing means you are the first one to submit this specific cubeYou'll get 50 extra points for it. Assignment is based on accuracy.
Redirects your question to Wolfram|Alpha. Tries to return the best fitting answer. Won't work everytime, of course ;-)
Checks for last activity of the user
might give some personal player statistics during competitions - answers are private messages