Peter Schmitz | 1 May 10:42 2007
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Using ImageJ in .net

Hi all,

I'd like to include imagej in a software solution that I wrote in .net code - is this possible? Has this been
done before?

Of course it's possible to convert the *.java files of imagej to J# code that is .net compatible - but it would
be best if it would be possible to create a dll (.net class library) out of imagej, so that I could us it in
other .net programs as well. How could this be archieved?

Thanks a lot for any help,

Peter
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Dimiter Prodanov | 1 May 11:23 2007
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Re: Colour Histogram Crashes

Dear All,

I fixed this bug. It was caused by wrong handling of the ROI mask. The 
plugin
was update on the web site
Cheers

Dimiter Prodanov

Curtis Rueden | 1 May 16:26 2007
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Re: Using ImageJ in .net

Hi Peter,

Check out IKVM; it can do what you want. http://www.ikvm.net/

-Curtis

On 5/1/07, Peter Schmitz <mosquitooth <at> gmx.net> wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> I'd like to include imagej in a software solution that I wrote in .net code - is this possible? Has this been
done before?
>
> Of course it's possible to convert the *.java files of imagej to J# code that is .net compatible - but it
would be best if it would be possible to create a dll (.net class library) out of imagej, so that I could us it
in other .net programs as well. How could this be archieved?
>
> Thanks a lot for any help,
>
> Peter
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Wayne Rasband | 1 May 17:14 2007
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Re: TIFFField

ImageJ lists the tags in the Log window when you open a TIFF file in 
debug mode, which is enabled by checking "Debug Mode" in the 
Edit>Options>Misc dialog box.

-wayne

On Apr 30, 2007, at 3:04 PM, erwan bocher wrote:

> Dear list,
>
> I try to read some TIFFField  tags in a TIFF but without any success.
> Anyone's can help me, just send me an example to show how to display 
> TIFF
> tags with ImageJ.
>
> Thanks in advance.
>
> Best regards.
>
> R1.
>
>
> PS : My TIFF is a geotiff file.
>
>
>
> -- 
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> spécialité géomatique
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erwan bocher | 1 May 19:29 2007
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Re: TIFFField

Hello,

Thanks you. I tested your method. I see that the field tags aren't
interpreted by imageJ.
I attached two files :

The first is the log file when I open a geoTIFF image, the second is the log
file obtain  with my TIFF saved by imageJ.

The file can be found here
http://geosysin.iict.ch/irstv-trac/browser/datas2tests/geotif

If I'm right I must create a specific plugin or macro to read my geotiff
tags. Could you give me an example or a way to start it ?

Best regards

R1.

2007/5/1, Wayne Rasband <wsr <at> nih.gov>:
>
> ImageJ lists the tags in the Log window when you open a TIFF file in
> debug mode, which is enabled by checking "Debug Mode" in the
> Edit>Options>Misc dialog box.
>
> -wayne
>
> On Apr 30, 2007, at 3:04 PM, erwan bocher wrote:
>
> > Dear list,
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Wayne Rasband | 1 May 21:58 2007
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Re: turning off text antialiasing under Mac OS X?

In ImageJ 1.38r, due next week, the "Fonts" window (opened by double 
clicking on the text tool) has a "Smooth" checkbox that 
enables/disables antialiasing.

-wayne

On Apr 26, 2007, at 1:13 PM, Bill Christens-Barry wrote:

> Is there a way to turn off text antialiasing in ImageJ, particularly 
> under Mac OS X? I see that there is
> an option to turn off antialiasing in text that appears in the tools 
> palette (except under Mac OS X),
> but I wonder about text created in an image.
>
> Thanks.
>
> Bill Christens-Barry
>

James Cooper | 2 May 16:42 2007
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Running ImageJ within Eclipse

I have the ImageJ sources in an Eclipse project under IJ/src and IJ/bin, 
and running ij.ImageJ brings up the menu fine. 
I put the Analyze plugins in IJ/src/plugins and IJ/bin/plugins and have 
the following VM args:

-Dplugins.dir=c:/workspace/IJ/bin/ -Dmacros.dir=c:/workspace/IJ/

The plugins menu shows Analyze Reader and Analyze Writer. However, if I 
try to run them from the Plugins menu, I get

plugin or class not found: "Analyze_Reader"
(java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: Analyze_Reader (wrong name: 
plugins/Analyze_Reader))

What do I change here to make this work?

James W. Cooper
Text Analytics
IBM T J Watson Research Center
jwcnmr <at> watson.ibm.com
914-784-7285
http://flahdo.watson.ibm.com/
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Gabriel Landini | 2 May 17:14 2007
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Re: Running ImageJ within Eclipse

On Wednesday 02 May 2007 15:42:49 James Cooper wrote:
> I have the ImageJ sources in an Eclipse project under IJ/src and IJ/bin,
> and running ij.ImageJ brings up the menu fine.
> What do I change here to make this work?

Not sure if this answers your question, but here is a HOWTO for IJ and 
Eclipse:

http://imagejdocu.tudor.lu/imagej-documentation-wiki/Members/ppirrotte/howtos/the-imagej-eclipse-howto/

Regards,

Gabriel

Wayne Rasband | 2 May 17:54 2007
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Re: Running ImageJ within Eclipse

Where does ImageJ think the plugins directory is? You can find out by 
opening a text editor window (type shift-n), entering

     getDirectory("plugins")

and typing ctrl-r (Macros>Run Macro).

-wayne

On May 2, 2007, at 10:42 AM, James Cooper wrote:

> I have the ImageJ sources in an Eclipse project under IJ/src and 
> IJ/bin,
> and running ij.ImageJ brings up the menu fine.
> I put the Analyze plugins in IJ/src/plugins and IJ/bin/plugins and have
> the following VM args:
>
> -Dplugins.dir=c:/workspace/IJ/bin/ -Dmacros.dir=c:/workspace/IJ/
>
> The plugins menu shows Analyze Reader and Analyze Writer. However, if I
> try to run them from the Plugins menu, I get
>
> plugin or class not found: "Analyze_Reader"
> (java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: Analyze_Reader (wrong name:
> plugins/Analyze_Reader))
>
> What do I change here to make this work?
>
> James W. Cooper
> Text Analytics
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Wayne Rasband | 2 May 23:05 2007
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Re: Writing to clipboard

You will be able to do this in ImageJ 1.38r, due next week.

Here is an example that copies the "Area" column to the system 
clipboard:

    String.resetBuffer;
    for (i=0; i<nResults; i++)
        String.append(getResult("Area", i) + "\n");
    String.copy(String.buffer);

ImageJ 1.38r adds six macro functions that do string buffering and copy 
strings to and from the clipboard:

    String.resetBuffer - Resets (clears) the buffer.
    String.append(str) - Appends str to the buffer.
    String.buffer - Returns the contents of the buffer.
    String.copy(str) - Copies str to the clipboard.
    String.copyResults - Copies the Results table to the clipboard.
    String.paste - Returns the contents of the clipboard.

-wayne

On Apr 30, 2007, at 12:22 PM, Jung Hoon Shin wrote:

> Dear All,
>
> I am trying to selectively copy one column from Results Window without 
> the
> index column into the system clipboard.  I think I can define an array 
> in
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