Area Calculator, ROI Manager and naming measurements

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Area Calculator, ROI Manager and naming measurements

Megan-5
Hi all,

I've been using the Area Calculator and the ROI Manager with great success. Many thanks to the developers.

More specifically, I have been working with multiple ROIs and their individual thresholded areas. I would like to label the data as I go along.

I have tried the Name Measurements plugins (1 and 2) but neither seems to work with the Threshold Area Results window.

Would it be possible for the name assigned to an ROI in the manager to be carried over and used as a name for the corresponding data in the Threshold Area Results window?

I know there must be a simple way to achieve this. Unfortunately, I'm new to ImageJ and have no programming experience, so any solutions, hints or alternatives would be very much appreciated. I apologize if this has been addressed elsewhere already.

Thanks.


Megan McLaughlin
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Re: Area Calculator, ROI Manager and naming measurements

Wayne Rasband
> I've been using the Area Calculator and the ROI Manager with great
> success. Many thanks to the developers.
>
> More specifically, I have been working with multiple ROIs and their
> individual thresholded areas. I would like to label the data as I go
> along.
>
> I have tried the Name Measurements plugins (1 and 2) but neither seems
> to work with the Threshold Area Results window.
>
> Would it be possible for the name assigned to an ROI in the manager to
> be carried over and used as a name for the corresponding data in the
> Threshold Area Results window?

The MeasureAreaFraction macro at

     http://rsb.info.nih.gov/ij/macros/MeasureAreaFraction.txt

measures area fractions and will add the ROI Manager name to the
"Results" window if "Display Label" is checked in Analyze>Set
Measurements.

-wayne
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