The error means: select one Patch, currently none are selected and therefore index 0 is out of bounds.
Albert, TrakEM2 main author.
> On Apr 26, 2017, at 5:08 PM, mer <[hidden email]> wrote:
> I am using TrakEM2 to manually register images. I'd like to save the
> registered images as 16-bit greyscale.
> I thought I found the solution to this with the following script from:
> http://imagej.net/TrakEM2_Scripting >
> 1 from ini.trakem2.display import Display, Patch
> 2 from java.awt import Color
> 4 front = Display.getFront() # the active TrakEM2 display window
> 5 layer = front.getLayer()
> 6 tiles = front.getSelection().get(Patch) # selected Patch instances only
> 7 backgroundColor = Color.black
> 8 scale = 1.0
> 10 roi = tiles.getBoundingBox()
> 11 for tile in tiles[1:]:
> 12 roi.add(tile.getBoundingBox())
> 14 print "Creating flat image from", len(tiles), "image tiles"
> 16 ip = Patch.makeFlatImage(
> 17 ImagePlus.GRAY16,
> 18 layer,
> 19 roi,
> 20 scale,
> 21 tiles,
> 22 backgroundColor,
> 23 True) # use the min and max of each tile
> 25 imp = ImagePlus("Flat montage", ip)
> 26 imp.show()
> buuuut I seem to be getting an error: "line 10, in <module> IndexError:
> index out of range"
> I'm not the most scripting-savvy of researchers and my troubleshooting
> attempts have failed--Anyone more experienced have thoughts on this?
> Please and Thanks,
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