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Get the Measurement Result through Java code.

yccheok
Hi, in my java applications, I had made intensive use
on the ImageJ function. However, there is one thing
which stop me from progressing on. May I know how I
can get the measurement result through java code?

For example:

import ij.*;
import ij.process.*;

public class test
{
        public static void main(String[] args)
        {

        IJ.open("C:\\Documents and
Settings\\yccheok\\Desktop\\test.bmp");

                ImagePlus imagePlus =
WindowManager.getCurrentImage();
                System.out.println("ImagePlus
width="+imagePlus.getWidth());

                IJ.run("8-bit");
                IJ.run("Threshold");
                IJ.run("Set Measurements...", "area bounding display
redirect=None decimal=3");
                IJ.run("Measure");
                IJ.run("Analyze Particles...", "minimum=1
maximum=999999 bins=20 show=Nothing display");
               
                // How can I get the particles analyze result?????
                // ???
                // double[] result = IJ.getMeasurementResult();???
        }
}

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Re: Get the Measurement Result through Java code.

Ludgate, David
This does what you want, recording area and centroid coordinates, and
showing no output, on a blank image (default ImagePlus). Change whatever
you require.

ImagePlus img = new ImagePlus(); //image you want to process
min = 0; //minimum particle size
max = 99999; //max particle size
options = ParticleAnalyzer.SHOW_NONE; //add together all the options you
want
Measurements = Measurements.AREA + Measurements.Centroid; //add together
all the measurements you want

ResultsTable rt = new ResultsTable();//if you define a resultsTable
yourself, you can explicitly call it later

ParticleAnalyzer pa = new ParticleAnalyzer(measurements, options,
rt,min,max);
Pa.analyze(img);

//now all your data is in rt. Use rt.getValue("Area",i); to get areas
out.

Cheers,
dave

-----Original Message-----
From: ImageJ Interest Group [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of
Cheok Yan Cheng
Sent: Tuesday, August 09, 2005 10:41 PM
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Subject: Get the Measurement Result through Java code.


Hi, in my java applications, I had made intensive use
on the ImageJ function. However, there is one thing
which stop me from progressing on. May I know how I
can get the measurement result through java code?

For example:

import ij.*;
import ij.process.*;

public class test
{
        public static void main(String[] args)
        {

        IJ.open("C:\\Documents and
Settings\\yccheok\\Desktop\\test.bmp");

                ImagePlus imagePlus =
WindowManager.getCurrentImage();
                System.out.println("ImagePlus
width="+imagePlus.getWidth());

                IJ.run("8-bit");
                IJ.run("Threshold");
                IJ.run("Set Measurements...", "area bounding display
redirect=None decimal=3");
                IJ.run("Measure");
                IJ.run("Analyze Particles...", "minimum=1
maximum=999999 bins=20 show=Nothing display");
               
                // How can I get the particles analyze result?????
                // ???
                // double[] result = IJ.getMeasurementResult();???
        }
}

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