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ImageJ(Python)

Yan xiaolong
Hi everyone:    Does anyone like python? I use ImageJ for a long time, I like it's friendly interactive environment. But when I do some plugin extend, Java is a little tired... I also used to do some image processing useing python, It is convenient to import scikit-image and opencv, But we must write code and use matplotlib to show. It is not friendly, and only programer can use it.    So I wrote these email to tell you I am working on a project called ImagePy in the last half year, It is A Pythonic ImageJ use wxpython as ui frame, and use Numpy as the core data structure(just like imagej's processor). and any Numpy based processing Library could be wrapped esaily such as (scikit-image, opencv, simpleITK, Mayavi...) we almost need not write algrism ourself ! Now It is basicly OK, can open image, load plugin from scripts file, generate parameter dialog aotumatically, supporting roi, lookup table, and macros recording...and I wrote a manual in imagepy.org (but in Chinese... My english is not very good)    I know ImageJ is very classical, and ImagePy is just a naive project, But I think It is a good project, and if anyone want to have a try, I will do my best to serve. if needed, I could build a installer(for install python and extention library is troublling)    By the way, Is there any Python image porcessing developer intrested in ImagePy? I need you!!! Please give me a issue on github, I will invite you to the ImagePy organization.

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Re: ImageJ(Python)

Albert Cardona-2
Hi Yan,

Are you aware of this project, that seamlessly links python+numpy with
ImageJ+imglib2:

https://github.com/hanslovsky/imagey

It's like "ImageJ with a CPython REPL", in the author's own words.

Best,

Albert

2017-06-28 13:31 GMT-04:00 Yan xiaolong <[hidden email]>:
> Hi everyone:    Does anyone like python? I use ImageJ for a long time, I like it's friendly interactive environment. But when I do some plugin extend, Java is a little tired... I also used to do some image processing useing python, It is convenient to import scikit-image and opencv, But we must write code and use matplotlib to show. It is not friendly, and only programer can use it.    So I wrote these email to tell you I am working on a project called ImagePy in the last half year, It is A Pythonic ImageJ use wxpython as ui frame, and use Numpy as the core data structure(just like imagej's processor). and any Numpy based processing Library could be wrapped esaily such as (scikit-image, opencv, simpleITK, Mayavi...) we almost need not write algrism ourself ! Now It is basicly OK, can open image, load plugin from scripts file, generate parameter dialog aotumatically, supporting roi, lookup table, and macros recording...and I wrote a manual in imagepy.org (but in Chinese... My english is not very good)    I know ImageJ is very classical, and ImagePy is just a naive project, But I think It is a good project, and if anyone want to have a try, I will do my best to serve. if needed, I could build a installer(for install python and extention library is troublling)    By the way, Is there any Python image porcessing developer intrested in ImagePy? I need you!!! Please give me a issue on github, I will invite you to the ImagePy organization.
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