This plugin is built into ImageJ 1.50f and later as the Analyze>Tools>Grid command.
This plugin creates a non-destructive grid of lines, crosses or points on the current image or stack.
You can specify the the grid type (lines, crosses or points),
the area per point (in pixels or physical units), and the color.
The “Horizontal Lines” option can be used to implement the stereological method for measuring
relative length of neurites in culture described in:
Ronn, L. C., Ralets, I., Hartz, B. P., Bech, M., Berezin, A., Berezin, V., Moller, A. and Bock, E. (2000).
A simple procedure for quantification of neurite outgrowth based on stereological principles.
J. Neurosci. Methods 100, 25-32
Author: Wayne Rasband (firstname.lastname@example.org) Date: 2000/8/17 Source: Circularity_.java Installation: Circularity calculations are built into ImageJ 1.29 and later. Check “Circularity” in Analyze/Set Measurements and the
Authors: Hemerson Pistori (pistori at ec.ucdb.br) and Eduardo Rocha Costa (eduardo.rocha at poli.usp.br) History: 2002/07/29: First version 2006/01/18: Can find circles with arbitrary radius 2008/10/30:
Author: Wayne Rasband (email@example.com) Date: 2000/8/28 Requirements: ImageJ 1.18s or later Source: SpecifyLine_.java Installation: Download SpecifyLine_.class to the plugins folder and restart ImageJ. Use the
Author: A. Karperien, Charles Sturt University, Australia History: 2002/08/26: First version Requires: Java 2 Source: enclose_.java Installation: Download enclose_.class to the plugins folder and restart