Alessandro Rabiolo MD (email@example.com)
Fabio Bignami PhD, Paolo Rama MD, Giulio Ferrari MD
Cornea and Ocular Surface Unit, Eye Repair Lab, IRCCS San Raffaele Scientific Institute, Milan, Italy.
to the plugins folder and restart ImageJ.
VesselJ is a semi-automatic plugin to quantify blood and lymphatic vessels in murine corneal flat-mounts.
The plugin relies on a dynamic, background-adjusted, stepwise threshold strategy.
It allow the user to automatically process multiple images at the same time in an automatic fashion.
Author: Wayne Rasband (wsr at nih.gov) History: 2001/08/17: First version 2004/07/13: Works with stacks Source: Batch_Statistics.java Installation: Download Batch_Statistics.class to the plugins folder and restart
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:
Author: Greg Joss (email@example.com) Date: 2001/03/13 Source: ResultsAndText_gj.java Installation: Expand the results.zip archive in the plugins folder and restart ImageJ. Description: This plug-in extends ResultsTable
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
Authors: Jeffrey Kuhn (firstname.lastname@example.org) The University of Texas at Austin Anthony Padua (email@example.com) Duke University Medical Center, Department of Radiology History: 2000/08/22: First version 2002/10/31: