Drag and drop bezier_tool.jar
onto the “ImageJ” window, save it in the plugins/Tools directory,
then run the Plugins>Tools>Bezier Curve Tool command
to add the Bezier Curve Tool to the ImageJ toolbar (it has a “B” icon).
This is a version of Berin Martini’s Bezier Curve ROI
plugin that has been converted to a plugin tool. To use (once installed) simply click, drag and release on an
image to define a starting point (Bezier control point zero) and the first Bezier control point.
Then click , drag and release again to define the curves end point (Bezier control point three)
and second Bezier control point. The shape of the curve can be altered by clicking on any of
the control points and dragging them around until the desired shape is reached. New curve
segments can be added to the curve by holding down the shift key and clicking on any of the
control points which form part of the curve. Likewise, segments can be removed by holding
on the alt key a clicking on any of the same control point. A single clicking anywhere on the
image outside the control points will convert the bezier curve into a line selection.
Author: Johannes Schindelin (Johannes.Schindelin at GMX.DE) History: 2012/08/09: Initial release Requires ImageJ 1.46d or later Source: N_Digits_Tool.java Installation: Drag and drop N_Digits_Tool.class onto the “ImageJ”
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:
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: Mahdi Rawak (m.rawak at t-online.de) History: 2011/10/22: Initial release Source: In command_bar.jar Installation: Drag and drop command_bar.jar onto the “ImageJ” window. Description: This plugin