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extracting cells from summary table

Peter Oslanec-2
Hi all,

is there a way how to make simple mathematical operation with two cells in
a column form a summary table and insert it into this summary table in
newly created column?

For example
[image: Vnorený obrázok 1]
Make a substraction of the numbersof this two total area cells.

Thank you very much for your time!

Best regards Peter.
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Re: extracting cells from summary table

Gabriel Landini
On Friday, 17 February 2017 12:35:51 GMT you wrote:
> is there a way how to make simple mathematical operation with two cells in
> a column form a summary table and insert it into this summary table in
> newly created column?

Not in the way that you would do it in a spreasheet program.

> For example
> [image: Vnorený obrázok 1]
> Make a substraction of the numbersof this two total area cells.

You rill need to get the values from the table into variables and then operate
them.
To get a value from the table use:
getResult("Column", row)
Returns a measurement from the ImageJ results table or NaN if the specified
column is not found. The first argument specifies a column in the table. It must
be a "Results" window column label, such as "Area", "Mean" or "Circ.". The
second argument specifies the row, where 0<=row<nResults. nResults is a
predefined variable that contains the current measurement count. (Actually,
it's a built-in function with the "()" optional.) Omit the second argument and
the row defaults to nResults-1 (the last row in the results table). See also:
nResults, setResult, isNaN, getResultLabel.

https://imagej.nih.gov/ij/developer/macro/functions.html

Cheers

Gabriel

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Re: extracting cells from summary table

Straatman, Kees (Dr.)
You first have to rename the summary table to Results using IJ.renameResults("Results");

Kees

-----Original Message-----
From: ImageJ Interest Group [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of Gabriel Landini
Sent: 17 February 2017 14:47
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: extracting cells from summary table

On Friday, 17 February 2017 12:35:51 GMT you wrote:
> is there a way how to make simple mathematical operation with two
> cells in a column form a summary table and insert it into this summary
> table in newly created column?

Not in the way that you would do it in a spreasheet program.

> For example
> [image: Vnorený obrázok 1]
> Make a substraction of the numbersof this two total area cells.

You rill need to get the values from the table into variables and then operate them.
To get a value from the table use:
getResult("Column", row)
Returns a measurement from the ImageJ results table or NaN if the specified column is not found. The first argument specifies a column in the table. It must be a "Results" window column label, such as "Area", "Mean" or "Circ.". The second argument specifies the row, where 0<=row<nResults. nResults is a predefined variable that contains the current measurement count. (Actually, it's a built-in function with the "()" optional.) Omit the second argument and the row defaults to nResults-1 (the last row in the results table). See also:
nResults, setResult, isNaN, getResultLabel.

https://imagej.nih.gov/ij/developer/macro/functions.html

Cheers

Gabriel

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Re: extracting cells from summary table

Peter Oslanec-2
Guys, thank you very much for your answer.


Best regards

Peter.

2017-02-17 16:10 GMT+01:00 Straatman, Kees (Dr.) <[hidden email]>:

> You first have to rename the summary table to Results using
> IJ.renameResults("Results");
>
> Kees
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: ImageJ Interest Group [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf Of
> Gabriel Landini
> Sent: 17 February 2017 14:47
> To: [hidden email]
> Subject: Re: extracting cells from summary table
>
> On Friday, 17 February 2017 12:35:51 GMT you wrote:
> > is there a way how to make simple mathematical operation with two
> > cells in a column form a summary table and insert it into this summary
> > table in newly created column?
>
> Not in the way that you would do it in a spreasheet program.
>
> > For example
> > [image: Vnorený obrázok 1]
> > Make a substraction of the numbersof this two total area cells.
>
> You rill need to get the values from the table into variables and then
> operate them.
> To get a value from the table use:
> getResult("Column", row)
> Returns a measurement from the ImageJ results table or NaN if the
> specified column is not found. The first argument specifies a column in the
> table. It must be a "Results" window column label, such as "Area", "Mean"
> or "Circ.". The second argument specifies the row, where 0<=row<nResults.
> nResults is a predefined variable that contains the current measurement
> count. (Actually, it's a built-in function with the "()" optional.) Omit
> the second argument and the row defaults to nResults-1 (the last row in the
> results table). See also:
> nResults, setResult, isNaN, getResultLabel.
>
> https://imagej.nih.gov/ij/developer/macro/functions.html
>
> Cheers
>
> Gabriel
>
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>



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Racianska  75
831 02 Bratislava
Slovakia

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