ImageJ is a Java application based on image analysis.
ImageJ works both online and an applet or as an application to download, which can be found here. ImageJ can show, edit, analyze, process, store and print 8-bit, 16-bit, and 32-bit images and support the most popular formats, including TIFF, GIF, JPEG, BMP, DICOM, and “raw” assaults.
ImageJ’s main use is to calculate the area and pixel values, which may be useful for graphic designers. With everythingPergiSedikit out of the well, which allows you to measure distances and angles, create histograms and line of density profile. Supports other features of image processing by default, as well as contrast modification, sharpness, smoothing, edge detection and middle filtering.
While ImageJ may be a bit slow in Java, image analysis tools are worth absolutely free.
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Convert Batch command Process reductionCurrent average
Thanks to Michael Doube, correct an error that could cause an exception when the window closes, while the image of a stack stored in TIFF format.
DziękiVerio Mussi, fixes an error that causes the ROI manager to not work as expected when the original image is not in the upper left corner.
Thanks to Tomas Karlsson, fix an error that caused the “+” and “-” shortcuts (extension / reduction) so it does not work as expected, with a non-US keyboard.
CorrectedAn error that caused the run () macro purchase options “say open =” “size = Max return” and “scope = The key is the last failure.”
Fixed regression caused by () on them.