to the plugins folder and compile it with the “Compile and Run” command.Restart ImageJ to add the “Hybrid 2D Median Filter” command to the Plugins menu.
This plugin consists of 3 versions of the standard hybrid median filter: a 3×3,
5×5, and 7×7 kernel. In these implementations, the median of 1) the median of the NxN PLUS
kernel, 2) the median of the NxN X kernel, and 3) the pixel in question replaces
the original pixel value. Multiple repetitions can automatically be run by specifying a repeat
value greater than 1. The top and bottom edge pixels are reflected outward, and the side
edge pixels are wrapped around to complete the edge bound kernels. This plugin works both
with stacks and individual slices.See 3d Hybrid Median Filter for another version which works on
stacks of data using a three dimensional kernel.
Copyright (C) 2004 CHRISTOPHER PHILIP MAUER
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The plugin operates on a previously opened image or stack of images, and
produces a new image or stack of filtered images. The output image or stack is
generated upon completion of processing for all of the input data. Be sure to save
the output if desired.
Author: Werner Bailer (email@example.com) Date: 2001/10/29 Source: DCT_.java Installation: Download DCT_.class and DCT.class to the plugins folder and restart ImageJ. Description: Calculates forward and inverse