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Re: [ImageJ Forum] [Image Analysis] TrackMate - Getting data from non-tracking channel

Sho Fujisawa
Praveen -

I just tried that, and I get an error message saying..

Problem reading the settings:
Cannot read image file: C:\Users\sho\Desktop\Total.
The source image is not loaded; cannot instantiates spot analyzers.

I've opend the .xml file, and it does have lines about analyzing a specific image. I've tried changing it to the channel I want to analyze, but it still gives me the same error.


Sho Fujisawa
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Molecular Cytology Core Facility
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
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From: Praveen Krishnamoorthy [mailto:[hidden email]]
Sent: Thursday, January 12, 2017 10:00 AM
To: Fujisawa, Sho/Sloan Kettering Institute
Subject: [ImageJ Forum] [Image Analysis] TrackMate - Getting data from non-tracking channel

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Praveen<http://forum.imagej.net/users/praveen>
January 12



Hello there,
I did something similar in the past and here is what i did. After the trackmate analysis of my first channel and you have an option in Trackmate to save everything as .xml file. Then I closed trackmate, opened my second channel and reloaded the xml file ( Plugins>> Tracking>>Load Trackmate file) from the first channel and ran the analysis again. Then the same settings i used for the first channel is then used for analyzing the tracks from the second channel.
Hope this helps,
Praveen


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Re: [ImageJ Forum] [Image Analysis] TrackMate - Getting data from non-tracking channel

ctrueden
Hi Sho,

Somehow, you replied to an ImageJ Forum thread [1] using the ImageJ mailing
list [2]. Note that these are two totally separate services. I suggest you
log in to the ImageJ Forum at http://forum.imagej.net/ and reply there
instead.

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Curtis

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On Tue, Jan 17, 2017 at 2:09 PM, Sho Fujisawa <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Praveen -
>
> I just tried that, and I get an error message saying..
>
> Problem reading the settings:
> Cannot read image file: C:\Users\sho\Desktop\Total.
> The source image is not loaded; cannot instantiates spot analyzers.
>
> I've opend the .xml file, and it does have lines about analyzing a
> specific image. I've tried changing it to the channel I want to analyze,
> but it still gives me the same error.
>
>
> Sho Fujisawa
> Sr. Digital Microscopist
> Molecular Cytology Core Facility
> Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
> 417 E. 68th St.
> Zuckerman Room 1834
> New York NY 10065
> (212) 639-6667
> (646) 888-2186
>
> From: Praveen Krishnamoorthy [mailto:[hidden email]]
> Sent: Thursday, January 12, 2017 10:00 AM
> To: Fujisawa, Sho/Sloan Kettering Institute
> Subject: [ImageJ Forum] [Image Analysis] TrackMate - Getting data from
> non-tracking channel
>
> [http://forum.imagej.net/user_avatar/forum.imagej.net/
> praveen/45/1069_1.png]
>
> Praveen<http://forum.imagej.net/users/praveen>
> January 12
>
>
>
> Hello there,
> I did something similar in the past and here is what i did. After the
> trackmate analysis of my first channel and you have an option in Trackmate
> to save everything as .xml file. Then I closed trackmate, opened my second
> channel and reloaded the xml file ( Plugins>> Tracking>>Load Trackmate
> file) from the first channel and ran the analysis again. Then the same
> settings i used for the first channel is then used for analyzing the tracks
> from the second channel.
> Hope this helps,
> Praveen
>
>
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