uses the JFileChooser Component with ImagePreview and multiselect
(Ctrl+Alt ,Ctrl+Shift) to open and to analyse image files to their according
stacks. The plug-in implements a standard sorter for DICOM Images
which implements a separation of Images according to the following
DICOM header tags:
– frame of reference
– image orientation,
– Image Position
Patient (Numeric sorting).
– No processing of
oblique slices is performed.
slices are grouped by the frame of reference UID. Second grouped by the image
orientation (angles disturb the result!). The sorter tries to detect the
stack slices direction by comparing the image position of the first two
slices. If the slice position is in one direction is larger than 0.75* slice
thickness sorting of the stack is performed according to this direction. With
the methods provided in this package adapted sorters can be easily developed.
The memory use of the java virtual
machine (ImageJ: Edit ->Options->Memory) should be adapted (>512 MB) if lots of images are
DICOM Header Info in separated slice property info string
of management for different sorters.
Author: Mike Martin (firstname.lastname@example.org) Date: 2001/10/01 Source: PDS_Reader.java Installation: Download PDS_Reader.class to the plugins folder and restart ImageJ. Description: This plugin opens and displays most
Author: Guy Williams (gbw1000 at wbic.cam.ac.uk) Limitations: Cannot save RGB images Source: Analyze_Reader.java and Analyze_Writer.java Installation: Download Analyze_Reader_Writer.jar to the plugins folder, or subfolder, restart
Authors: Wayne Rasband (wsr at nih.gov) Robert Dougherty (www.optinav.com) Jeff Hardin (jdhardin at facstaff.wisc.edu) Jeffrey Woodward (jeff.woodward at catchdata.com) Requires: Requires QuickTime for Java Limitations:
Authors: William Gandler and Wayne Rasband History: 2001/05/11: First version 2001/08/09: Playback rate can be set 2001/09/04: fixed RGB/PowerPoint compatibility problem 2001/09/07: 8-bit enhanced LUTs