Using AreaList to split (part/separate) another AreaList in TraKEM2

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Using AreaList to split (part/separate) another AreaList in TraKEM2

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Dear List,
I'm importing an automatically segmented stack of images as AreaList in
TrakEM2 using a script from Albert Cardona. Than I'd like to separate the
parts of this AreaList that overlap with other, semi-automatically drawn,
AreaLists (the latter define specific sub-regions of my sections).

The 'k' shortcut does something similar but I have to redraw a ROIs and
merge the separated AreaLists (over more than 200 layers per stack!)
Any hints on how to do the part/split/separate operations using AreaLists will
be greatly appreciated!

Federico


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Re: Using AreaList to split (part/separate) another AreaList in TraKEM2

Albert Cardona-2
Dear Federico,

The answer, as you may have anticipated, is to write a script!

Best,

Albert

2016-03-14 7:08 GMT-04:00 Federico Luzzati <[hidden email]>:

> Dear List,
> I'm importing an automatically segmented stack of images as AreaList in
> TrakEM2 using a script from Albert Cardona. Than I'd like to separate the
> parts of this AreaList that overlap with other, semi-automatically drawn,
> AreaLists (the latter define specific sub-regions of my sections).
>
> The 'k' shortcut does something similar but I have to redraw a ROIs and
> merge the separated AreaLists (over more than 200 layers per stack!)
> Any hints on how to do the part/split/separate operations using AreaLists
> will
> be greatly appreciated!
>
> Federico
>
>
> --
> Federico Luzzati, PhD
> Assistant Professor
> University of Turin,
> Dept. LIfe Sciences and Systems Biology (DBIOS)
> Via Accademia Albertina, 13 - 10123 Torino - IT
>
> Researcher at
> Neuroscience Institute Cavalieri Ottolenghi (NICO)
> Regione Gonzole, 10 - 10043 Orbassano (To) - IT
>
> tel. +39-0116704683/ -6631
> http://www.nico.ottolenghi.unito.it/index.php/it/adult-neurogenesis
>
> Sostieni con il tuo 5xmille il NICO e la ricerca sulle malattie
> neurodegenerative
> Firma nel riquadro "Finanziamento della ricerca scientifica e
> dell'Università"
> CF 97564560015
>
> --
> ImageJ mailing list: http://imagej.nih.gov/ij/list.html
>



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