Geometric morphometrics involves analysis of shape changes based upon data
from homologous landmarks (corresponding anatomical points from specimens).
I therefore need to obtain the 3D coordinates of specific parts of the image
in the most efficient manner possible.
I've seen discussion of saving X,Y coordinates in the archive, but I need to
save X,Y,Z coordinates if possible.
I have looked at the program, but I might well be missing something that is
obvious to the experienced user.
I have already used the BLJ plugin for volume/surface rendering of Z-stacks
".lsm" files in 3D. I now need to be able to collect quantitative data from
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From: vytas <[hidden email]>
To: [hidden email] Subject: Re: Morphometrics On Confocal Data
Date: Thu, 04 Aug 2005 09:45:10 -0500
Re your posting to ImageJ list, perhaps you should be more explicit
about the type of measurements/data you wish to extract and the type of
Vytas Bindokas, Ph.D.
Research Assoc. / Assoc. Prof.,
Director, BSD Light Microscopy Core Facility
Dept Neurobiol Pharmacol Physiol MC0926
947 E 58th Street
The University of Chicago
Chicago IL 60637
Room J246A (SBRI)