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Installing Star Dist onto non-networked computer

Lockett, Stephen (NIH/NCI) [C]
I am wondering if someone can provide me with some instructions for downloading and installing the Star Dist ImageJ plugin to a non-networked computer (Windows 7).  I can get the plugin to run fine on a small networked computer (windows 10) for a small image.  However, for larger images I need to run the plugin on a larger computer and the U.S. government does not allow such computers to be on the network.  I have gone into the various websites:
https://sites.imagej.net/StarDist/
https://sites.imagej.net/CSBDeep/
but I find what seems to be many different versions of the same plugins.
I think I need to know which files need to be downloaded to the plugin folder of imageJ.

Many thanks,

Sincerely,

Stephen Lockett, Ph.D.
Principal Scientist,
Director, Optical Microscopy and Analysis Laboratory,
Rm 12-79, Building 560,
https://confocal.cancer.gov/cores/optical-microscopy-and-analysis-laboratory
Frederick National Laboratory and Leidos Biomedical Research, Inc
P.O. Box B
(For Fedex, use Building 1050, Boyles Street)
Fort Detrick,
Frederick,
MD 21702, USA
Office: 301 846 5515
Mobile: 240 731 3551
[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>


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Re: Installing Star Dist onto non-networked computer

Curtis Rueden-2
Hi Stephen,

> I am wondering if someone can provide me with some instructions for
> downloading and installing the Star Dist ImageJ plugin to a
> non-networked computer (Windows 7).

The easiest way would be to install it on a networked computer running
Windows, then zip up your Fiji installation and unpack it on the other
computer. There is also a menu command "Plugins › Utilities › Make Fiji
Package" you could try which is intended to help with this.

Regards,
Curtis

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On Tue, Jun 2, 2020 at 3:07 PM Lockett, Stephen (NIH/NCI) [C] <
[hidden email]> wrote:

> I am wondering if someone can provide me with some instructions for
> downloading and installing the Star Dist ImageJ plugin to a non-networked
> computer (Windows 7).  I can get the plugin to run fine on a small
> networked computer (windows 10) for a small image.  However, for larger
> images I need to run the plugin on a larger computer and the U.S.
> government does not allow such computers to be on the network.  I have gone
> into the various websites:
> https://sites.imagej.net/StarDist/
> https://sites.imagej.net/CSBDeep/
> but I find what seems to be many different versions of the same plugins.
> I think I need to know which files need to be downloaded to the plugin
> folder of imageJ.
>
> Many thanks,
>
> Sincerely,
>
> Stephen Lockett, Ph.D.
> Principal Scientist,
> Director, Optical Microscopy and Analysis Laboratory,
> Rm 12-79, Building 560,
>
> https://confocal.cancer.gov/cores/optical-microscopy-and-analysis-laboratory
> Frederick National Laboratory and Leidos Biomedical Research, Inc
> P.O. Box B
> (For Fedex, use Building 1050, Boyles Street)
> Fort Detrick,
> Frederick,
> MD 21702, USA
> Office: 301 846 5515
> Mobile: 240 731 3551
> [hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>
>
>
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> ImageJ mailing list: http://imagej.nih.gov/ij/list.html
>

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