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Re: help imaging barnacles

ToeKnee Lacey
Ahh, sorry, your URL got split.  My apologies.

Data does look tricky....


--- ImageJ Interest Group <[hidden email] wrote:
try the full link
as listed in my post:
> http://faculty.washington.edu/gilmans/barnaclegallery.shtml

>
> - sarah
>
>
> --------------
> Sarah Gilman, PhD
> Friday Harbor
Laboratories
> University of Washington
> 620 Univers


ity Rd.
> Friday
Harbor, WA 98250
>
> [hidden email]
> 360.378.2165
>
> On
Sun, 10 Jul 2005, ToeKnee Lacey wrote:
>
> > No you haven't! :)
> >
>
> --- ImageJ Interest Group <[hidden email] wrote:
> >
> > I'm looking
for some basic information on how to use ImageJ.  I have
> >>
> > photographs
of barnacles on rocks shot in the field with a digital
> >> camera,
> >
and I'd like to use ImageJ to count the number of barnacles
> >> in each
image
> > and calculate a size distribution.   I've found
> >> instructions
on a couple
> > of websites that discuss using imageJ to
> >> count and
measure objects in
> > microscope images using "analyze
> >> particles".
 My files aren't as contrasty
> > as microscrope images, and
> >> I'm having
a hard time distinguishing barnacle
> > from non-barnacle.
> >>
> >> Basically
I'm looking for any suggestions on how
> > get ImageJ to
> >> distinguish
the barnacles from the background.  Or even
> > how to mark
> >> the barnacles
myself and get ImageJ to calculate sizes.
> > I've posted
> >> a few sample
images on http://faculty.washington.edu/gilmans/
> >
> >> barnaclegallery.shtml

> >>
> >> Thanks in advance for help,
> >> Sarah Gilman
> >
> >>
> >>

> >>
> >> ---------------------------------------------
> >> Sarah Gilman,

> > PhD
> >>
> >> Friday Harbor Laboratories
> >> University of Washington

> >> 620 University
> > Rd.
> >> Friday Harbor, WA 98250
> >>
> >> 360-378-2165

> >> [hidden email]
> >
> >> ---------------------------------------------

> >>
> >
>
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Re: help imaging barnacles

Martin du Saire
Nice problem.

Have you tried fluorescence or IR imaging?

Martin

At 02:12 PM 7/10/2005, you wrote:

>try the full link as listed in my post:
>http://faculty.washington.edu/gilmans/barnaclegallery.shtml
>
>- sarah
>
>
>--------------
>Sarah Gilman, PhD
>Friday Harbor Laboratories
>University of Washington
>620 University Rd.
>Friday Harbor, WA 98250
>
>[hidden email]
>360.378.2165
>
>On Sun, 10 Jul 2005, ToeKnee Lacey wrote:
>
>>No you haven't! :)
>>
>>--- ImageJ Interest Group <[hidden email] wrote:
>>
>>I'm looking for some basic information on how to use ImageJ.  I have
>>photographs of barnacles on rocks shot in the field with a digital
>>>camera,
>>and I'd like to use ImageJ to count the number of barnacles
>>>in each image
>>and calculate a size distribution.   I've found
>>>instructions on a couple
>>of websites that discuss using imageJ to
>>>count and measure objects in
>>microscope images using "analyze
>>>particles".  My files aren't as contrasty
>>as microscrope images, and
>>>I'm having a hard time distinguishing barnacle
>>from non-barnacle.
>>>
>>>Basically I'm looking for any suggestions on how
>>get ImageJ to
>>>distinguish the barnacles from the background.  Or even
>>how to mark
>>>the barnacles myself and get ImageJ to calculate sizes.
>>I've posted
>>>a few sample images on http://faculty.washington.edu/gilmans/
>>
>>>barnaclegallery.shtml
>>>
>>>Thanks in advance for help,
>>>Sarah Gilman
>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>---------------------------------------------
>>>Sarah Gilman,
>>PhD
>>>
>>>Friday Harbor Laboratories
>>>University of Washington
>>>620 University
>>Rd.
>>>Friday Harbor, WA 98250
>>>
>>>360-378-2165
>>>[hidden email]
>>
>>>---------------------------------------------
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