cvMatch_Template

Description

It implements the template matching function from the OpenCV library. The java interface of OpenCV was done through the javacv library. It is quite similar as the existing template matching plugin but runs much faster and users could choose among six matching methods: 

1.Squared difference

2.Normalized squared difference

3.Cross-correlation

4.Normalized cross-correlation

5.Correlation coefficient

6.Normalized correlation coefficient

The detailed algorithms could be found here.

The cvMatch_Template will search a specific object (image pattern) over an image of interest by the user-specified method. 

Template Matching and Slice Alignment--- ImageJ Plugins

Description

This ImageJ plugin contains two functions. The first one is the cvMatch_Template. It implements the template matching function from the OpenCV library. The second function Align_slices in stack utilized the previous matching function to do slice registration(alignment) based on a selected landmark. 

For more details, refer to the page of each component. 

cvMatch_Template

Align Slices in Stack

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Orbit

Description

Orbit Image Analysis is a free open source software with the focus to quantify big images like whole slide scans.

It can connect to image servers, e.g. Omero.
Analysis can be done on your local computer or via scaleout functionality in a distrubuted computing environment like a Spark cluster.

Sophisticated image analysis algorithms incl. tissue quantification using machine learning, object segmentation and classification are build in. In addition a versatile API allows you to enhance Orbit and to run your own scripts.

Orbit

LimeSeg

Description

LimeSeg: A coarsed-grained lipid membrane simulation for 3D image segmentation

Download instruction:

There is no download but you can easily install this plugin via ImageJ update site. If you reallu need to download the jar file, access the file in the update site repository (Link)

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MAARS

Description

automated open-source image acquisition and on-the-fly analysis pipeline (initially developped for analysis of mitotic defects in fission yeast)

maars workflow from publication

 

maars

MaMuT

Description

MaMuT is an end user plugin that combines the BigDataViewer and TrackMate to provide an application that allow browsing, annotating and curating annotations for large image data.

Spark Stitcher

Description

Reconstruct big images from overlapping tiled images on a Spark cluster.

The code is based on the Stitching plugin for Fiji https://github.com/fiji/Stitching

SparkStitching

Z-spacing correction for Fiji

Description

Estimate the positions and spacing between sections (or at local points) of three dimensional image data. This method may be applied to any imaging modality that acquires 3-dimensional data as a stack of 2-dimensional sections. We provide plugins for both Fiji and TrakEM2.

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MIPAV

Description

The MIPAV (Medical Image Processing, Analysis, and Visualization) application enables quantitative analysis and visualization of medical images of numerous modalities such as PET, MRI, CT, or microscopy. Using MIPAV's standard user-interface and analysis tools, researchers at remote sites (via the internet) can easily share research data and analyses, thereby enhancing their ability to research, diagnose, monitor, and treat medical disorders.

Real-time multi-view deconvolution

Description

In light-sheet microscopy, overall image content and resolution are improved by acquiring and fusing multiple views of the sample from different directions. State-of-the-art multi-view (MV) deconvolution simultaneously fuses and deconvolves the images in 3D, but processing takes a multiple of the acquisition time and constitutes the bottleneck in the imaging pipeline. Here, we show that MV deconvolution in 3D can finally be achieved in real-time by processing cross-sectional planes individually on the massively parallel architecture of a graphics processing unit (GPU). Our approximation is valid in the typical case where the rotation axis lies in the imaging plane.

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