Newly revised HyperVolume Browser plugin is available!

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Newly revised HyperVolume Browser plugin is available!

Jeff Brandenburg
Hello, all --

Wayne has posted a new version of the HyperVolume Browser plugin:

   http://rsb.info.nih.gov/ij/plugins/hypervolume-browser.html

This version adds several features:

-- A "Make new copy for browsing" checkbox allows you to open a
hypervolume window on a new copy of a stack, or to close the stack's
existing window and open a new hypervolume window on it.  (Previously,
the plugin always made a copy.)  Using the existing stack lets you
examine stacks that are too large to copy.

-- You can open a hypervolume window on an existing stack even if that
stack is virtual.  This lets you browse stacks that are too large to
load even one copy.

-- Macro argument processing has been repaired, and now works properly
with the Macro Recorder facility.

-- The plugin now uses the new Image>Properties settings to determine a
stack's higher dimensions, if that information is available.

Thanks to Patrick Pirrotte and Jerome Mutterer for the original
plug-in, and thanks to Wayne for the Image>Properties logic, bug fixes,
and all the rest of ImageJ. :-)
--
        -jeffB (Jeff Brandenburg, Duke Center for In-Vivo Microscopy)
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