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Any suggestions for the estimate of domain size?

anusuya pal
Hello,

I have an image to analyze, and it is very hard to differentiate/segment. I
have already tried all the basic segmentations (Trainable Weka
Segmentation, Morphological Segmentation, water shedding with BIovoxxel
tool etc) but it didn't work. I need only the information about the size of
the domains (both big and small). For the convenience, here is the image
attached(already converted into 8 bit). ​​

May I seek your suggestions so that I can estimate the size of the domains,
without the concern of the hole present inside of the large domain?

I already had this post before but there was a problem of openinf the
image, and so, I posted again with the corrected file format.

Thanks
Anu

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Re: Any suggestions for the estimate of domain size?

Volko Straub
Hi Anu,

I think it would be useful, if you could annotate the image to indicate what you mean by 'the size of the domains (both big and small).' This is a rather complex image and I am uncertain what you are trying to measure. You also mention a hole inside the large domain. Again, this seems rather vague as it is not clear to me what constitutes a 'large domain'. Perhaps you might get some more useful suggestions if you can actually define the problem more precisely.

Good luck,

Volko

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Subject: Any suggestions for the estimate of domain size?

Hello,

I have an image to analyze, and it is very hard to differentiate/segment. I
have already tried all the basic segmentations (Trainable Weka
Segmentation, Morphological Segmentation, water shedding with BIovoxxel
tool etc) but it didn't work. I need only the information about the size of
the domains (both big and small). For the convenience, here is the image
attached(already converted into 8 bit). ​​

May I seek your suggestions so that I can estimate the size of the domains,
without the concern of the hole present inside of the large domain?

I already had this post before but there was a problem of openinf the
image, and so, I posted again with the corrected file format.

Thanks
Anu

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Re: Any suggestions for the estimate of domain size?

anusuya pal
Hello,

The outer layer of thr smaple mostly consist large domains, and the inner
part contains the small ones. For the covenience, I am attaching the
artificial image in which the deep green, sky blue color set the example of
large domains and the violet color or the red color give the example of
small domains. I hope now it helps to understand what I want to measure.

Thanks
Anu

On Tue, Sep 19, 2017 at 6:53 PM, Straub, Volko A. (Dr.) <
[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi Anu,
>
> I think it would be useful, if you could annotate the image to indicate
> what you mean by 'the size of the domains (both big and small).' This is a
> rather complex image and I am uncertain what you are trying to measure. You
> also mention a hole inside the large domain. Again, this seems rather vague
> as it is not clear to me what constitutes a 'large domain'. Perhaps you
> might get some more useful suggestions if you can actually define the
> problem more precisely.
>
> Good luck,
>
> Volko
>
> ________________________________
> From: ImageJ Interest Group <[hidden email]> on behalf of anusuya
> pal <[hidden email]>
> Sent: 19 September 2017 22:12:45
> To: [hidden email]
> Subject: Any suggestions for the estimate of domain size?
>
> Hello,
>
> I have an image to analyze, and it is very hard to differentiate/segment. I
> have already tried all the basic segmentations (Trainable Weka
> Segmentation, Morphological Segmentation, water shedding with BIovoxxel
> tool etc) but it didn't work. I need only the information about the size of
> the domains (both big and small). For the convenience, here is the image
> attached(already converted into 8 bit). ​​
>
> May I seek your suggestions so that I can estimate the size of the domains,
> without the concern of the hole present inside of the large domain?
>
> I already had this post before but there was a problem of openinf the
> image, and so, I posted again with the corrected file format.
>
> Thanks
> Anu
>
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