2002/02/15: First version
2002/07/31: Added “Radial Sums” option; x-axis labeled in degrees
2002/09/19: Fixed a bug in the “Along Profile” option
2003/01/23: Uses 65535 rather than 255 for drawing on 16-bit images
2005/06/27: Added “EquiCircumference” option. Compiles without errors.
2012/03/01: Compiles without warnings
to the ImageJ plugins folder, or subfolder, and compile and run it using Plugins/Compile and Run. Restart ImageJ and there will be
a new Oval Profile command in the Plugins menu or submenu.
This plugin takes the image region bounded by an oval region and samples the oval
at N equal angles around the oval. The program can generate three types of profile plots:
Maximum intensity values along N radii from the oval center to oval points.
This measure is called the circumferential profile and is used in Nuclear Medicine
cardiac blood perfusion studies, in which short axis slices of the left
ventricle are roughly doughnut shaped.
Along each radius,from the oval center to periphery,
interpolated pixel intensities
are summed and plotted.
Author: Markus Hasselblatt (MHasselblatt@zyomyx.com) Date: 1999/11/16 Requirements: ImageJ 1.10 or later Limitations: Only works with 8-bit images Source: Auto_Corr.java Installation: Copy Auto_Corr.class to the plugins
Author: Francois Richard (richard@SCIENCE.UOTTAWA.CA) Date: 2000/9/29 Source: Comment_Writer.java Installation: Copy Comment_Writer.class to the plugins folder and restart ImageJ. Description: This is a simple plugin that
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: Wayne Rasband (firstname.lastname@example.org) History: 2000/11/28: First version 2003/01/28: Uses the image or selection min and max; works correctly with signed images Source: SixteenBit_Histogram.java Installation: