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Re: Opening .zip files

Gabriel Landini
On Friday 08 July 2005 18:51, Wayne Rasband wrote:
> ImageJ 1.34r, now available at
> "http://rsb.info.nih.gov/ij/notes.html".

Added the imageCalculator() macro function.

Wayne, what is the syntax for this?
Are there any advantages over using the image calculator as we've been doing
so far?

Many thanks,

Gabriel
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startup

quantumlottie
Hello

I know you can get macros to run on starting up ImageJ, but is there anyway to run a plugin when you start up?

Lottie

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Re: startup

dscho
Hi,

On Mon, 11 Jul 2005, Holmes, Charlotte wrote:

> I know you can get macros to run on starting up ImageJ, but is there
> anyway to run a plugin when you start up?

What's wrong with writing a short macro:

        run("MyPlugin ","myparam1=x myparam2=y");

Ciao,
Dscho
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Re: Opening .zip files

Wayne Rasband
In reply to this post by Gabriel Landini
> On Friday 08 July 2005 18:51, Wayne Rasband wrote:
>  > ImageJ 1.34r, now available at
>  > "http://rsb.info.nih.gov/ij/notes.html".
>
> Added the imageCalculator() macro function.
>
> Wayne, what is the syntax for this?

This syntax is described at

   
http://rsb.info.nih.gov/ij/developer/macro/ 
functions.html#imageCalculator

>  Are there any advantages over using the image calculator as
> we've been doing  so far?

The code is more concise and readable, plus you can use image IDs  
instead of image titles. For example, you can use

   imageCalculator("Average", "img 2.tif","img 2.tif");

instead of

   run("Image Calculator...", "image1=[img 2.tif] operation=Average  
image2=[img 2.tif]");

And, if only two images open, you can use

   imageCalculator("Average", 1, 2);

-wayne
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Re: startup

quantumlottie
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well i was pretty dozy to not think of that but i have a new problem

I have a plugin (now with a macro which will run it) and I want it to start running when ImageJ is started. At the minute all the macro does is insert itself in plugin>macros from which I can run it.

Is it possible to run either a plugin or macro immediatley when ImageJ is started up?

-----Original Message-----
From: ImageJ Interest Group [mailto:[hidden email]]On Behalf Of
Johannes Schindelin
Sent: 11 July 2005 14:11
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Subject: Re: startup


Hi,

On Mon, 11 Jul 2005, Holmes, Charlotte wrote:

> I know you can get macros to run on starting up ImageJ, but is there
> anyway to run a plugin when you start up?

What's wrong with writing a short macro:

        run("MyPlugin ","myparam1=x myparam2=y");

Ciao,
Dscho

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