2001/02/21: First version
2001/12/17: 640×480 window, no drawImage scaling
2001/12/21: Displays frames generated per second in parentheses
2002/09/30: Pixels are produced and drawn in the same thread
2002/10/01: Displays FPS in status bar
109 P3/400, Win95, JDK 1.4.1beta
100 P3/400, Win95, JDK 1.3.1
49 P3/400, Win95, JRE 1.1.8
42 P3/400, Win95, Microsoft Java
36 PPC “G4″/400/, Mac OS 9, MRJ 2.2.5
26 PPC “G4″/400/, Mac OS X, v10.2.1
Set ‘sync’ to false and recompile and to use
separate unsynchronized threads for image generation and image display.
On Mac OS X and Linux, this causes images to be produced at a higher rate than they
are displayed, resulting in jerkiness and indicating a threading problem.
This plugin and ImageJ generate and display images in essentually the same way, with
the exception that ImageJ always uses separate unsynchronized threads.
ImageJ would run a lot faster on OS X if someone at Apple could figure out how to make
this plugin run faster.
Author: Sebastian Rhode (Sebastian.Rhode at gmx.de) History: 2008/03/27: First version Source: Calc_CCD_SNR.java Installation: Download Calc_CCD_SNR.class to the plugins folder and restart ImageJ. Description: This plugin
Author: Jonathon Jackson (j.jackson at ion.ucl.ac.uk) History: 2005/08/23: First version Source: Convert_To_Signed16.java Installation: Download Convert_To_Signed16.class to the plugins folder, or subfolder, and restart ImageJ. Description:
Author: Hajime Hirase Center for Molecular and Behavior Neuroscience Rutgers University Date: 2001/04/19 Source: Window_Closer.java Installation: Copy Window_Closer.class to the plugins folder and restart ImageJ.
Author: Anthony Padua (firstname.lastname@example.org) Duke University Medical Center, Department of Radiology History: 2003/04/21: First version 2003/05/12: Can be called from macros Source: Query_Dicom_Header.java Installation: Download