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Cammer, Michael
We are having a problem converting hyperstacks to RGB in a macro.  Approximately one out of five times we run the macro, it does not work.  We tried adding a wait(200) step, but don't know if this really helps or not.

The error is that ImageJ cannot find image with id2.

[cid:image001.png@01D28EBA.CC7A15E0]

Any help appreciated.  The problem is with the second macro.  Included the first macro to show what types of files we are using (2 or 3 channel Z series confocal).

macro "Set up images [q]" {
  //run("Channels Tool...");
  Stack.setDisplayMode("composite");
  //run("Brightness/Contrast...");
  Stack.getDimensions(width, height, channels, slices, frames) ;
  for (n=1; n<=channels; n++) {
    Stack.setChannel(n);
    setMinAndMax(0, 65535);
  }
  Stack.setSlice(floor(slices / 3)) ;
}

/*  Draw a box around an area to be 3D projected.
     Run this macro.
*/
macro "Do 3D projections [F2]" {
   run("Duplicate...", "duplicate");
   id1 = getImageID();
   // change to get scale for each sample if Z different than 0.3 um
   run("3D Project...", "projection=[Brightest Point] axis=X-Axis slice=0.30 initial=0 total=360 rotation=10 lower=1 upper=255 opacity=0 surface=50 interior=25 interpolate");
   //run("RGB Color", "frames");  // buggy
   wait(200);   // appears the projection command needs this to hand off the image properly
   id2 = getImageID();
   run("RGB Color", "frames keep");
   selectImage(id1); close(); selectImage(id2); close();
}








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Swayne, Theresa C.
Hi Michael,

On my system, this failed every time. The debug window showed id1 and id2 to be the same — even though the projection window was on top.

A workaround, which you probably already considered, is to find the projection by the window title.  The below macro works for me. I added a line to make a test hyperstack in the first step.

macro "Set up images [q]" {
// create an image to process
newImage("HyperStack", "16-bit color-mode label", 300, 300, 3, 10, 1);
 //run("Channels Tool...");
 Stack.setDisplayMode("composite");
 //run("Brightness/Contrast...");
 Stack.getDimensions(width, height, channels, slices, frames) ;
 for (n=1; n<=channels; n++) {
   Stack.setChannel(n);
   setMinAndMax(0, 65535);
 }
 Stack.setSlice(floor(slices / 3)) ;
}


/*  Draw a box around an area to be 3D projected.
    Run this macro.
*/
macro "Do 3D projections [F2]" {

  run("Duplicate...", "duplicate");
  id1 = getImageID();

  title = getTitle();

  // change to get scale for each sample if Z different than 0.3 um
  run("3D Project...", "projection=[Brightest Point] axis=X-Axis slice=0.30 initial=0 total=360 rotation=10 lower=1 upper=255 opacity=0 surface=50 interior=25 interpolate");
  //run("RGB Color", "frames");  // buggy
  wait(200);   // appears the projection command needs this to hand off the image properly

  selectWindow("Projections of " + title);
  id2 = getImageID();

  run("RGB Color", "frames keep");
  selectImage(id1);
  close();
  selectImage(id2);
  close();
}

On Feb 24, 2017, at 4:26 PM, Cammer, Michael <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:

We are having a problem converting hyperstacks to RGB in a macro.  Approximately one out of five times we run the macro, it does not work.  We tried adding a wait(200) step, but don't know if this really helps or not.

The error is that ImageJ cannot find image with id2.

[cid:image001.png@01D28EBA.CC7A15E0]

Any help appreciated.  The problem is with the second macro.  Included the first macro to show what types of files we are using (2 or 3 channel Z series confocal).

macro "Set up images [q]" {
 //run("Channels Tool...");
 Stack.setDisplayMode("composite");
 //run("Brightness/Contrast...");
 Stack.getDimensions(width, height, channels, slices, frames) ;
 for (n=1; n<=channels; n++) {
   Stack.setChannel(n);
   setMinAndMax(0, 65535);
 }
 Stack.setSlice(floor(slices / 3)) ;
}

/*  Draw a box around an area to be 3D projected.
    Run this macro.
*/
macro "Do 3D projections [F2]" {
  run("Duplicate...", "duplicate");
  id1 = getImageID();
  // change to get scale for each sample if Z different than 0.3 um
  run("3D Project...", "projection=[Brightest Point] axis=X-Axis slice=0.30 initial=0 total=360 rotation=10 lower=1 upper=255 opacity=0 surface=50 interior=25 interpolate");
  //run("RGB Color", "frames");  // buggy
  wait(200);   // appears the projection command needs this to hand off the image properly
  id2 = getImageID();
  run("RGB Color", "frames keep");
  selectImage(id1); close(); selectImage(id2); close();
}








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Michael Cammer, DART Microscopy Laboratory, NYU Langone Medical Center
   Cell:  914-309-3270     Office: Skirball 2nd Floor main office, back right
     http://ocs.med.nyu.edu/microscopy & http://microscopynotes.com/


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Re: problem with conversion to RGB - IJ 1.51k18 java 1.6.0_20

Wayne Rasband-2
In reply to this post by Cammer, Michael
> On Feb 24, 2017, at 4:26 PM, Cammer, Michael <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> We are having a problem converting hyperstacks to RGB in a macro.  Approximately one out of five times we run the macro, it does not work.  We tried adding a wait(200) step, but don't know if this really helps or not.

Hi Michael,

The latest ImageJ daily build (1.51k21) fixes a bug in the 3D Project… command that was causing your macro to fail. The 200 ms wait is not needed.

-wayne

> The error is that ImageJ cannot find image with id2.
>
> [cid:image001.png@01D28EBA.CC7A15E0]
>
> Any help appreciated.  The problem is with the second macro.  Included the first macro to show what types of files we are using (2 or 3 channel Z series confocal).
>
> macro "Set up images [q]" {
>  //run("Channels Tool...");
>  Stack.setDisplayMode("composite");
>  //run("Brightness/Contrast...");
>  Stack.getDimensions(width, height, channels, slices, frames) ;
>  for (n=1; n<=channels; n++) {
>    Stack.setChannel(n);
>    setMinAndMax(0, 65535);
>  }
>  Stack.setSlice(floor(slices / 3)) ;
> }
>
> /*  Draw a box around an area to be 3D projected.
>     Run this macro.
> */
> macro "Do 3D projections [F2]" {
>   run("Duplicate...", "duplicate");
>   id1 = getImageID();
>   // change to get scale for each sample if Z different than 0.3 um
>   run("3D Project...", "projection=[Brightest Point] axis=X-Axis slice=0.30 initial=0 total=360 rotation=10 lower=1 upper=255 opacity=0 surface=50 interior=25 interpolate");
>   //run("RGB Color", "frames");  // buggy
>   wait(200);   // appears the projection command needs this to hand off the image properly
>   id2 = getImageID();
>   run("RGB Color", "frames keep");
>   selectImage(id1); close(); selectImage(id2); close();
> }
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> =*===========================================================*=
> Michael Cammer, DART Microscopy Laboratory, NYU Langone Medical Center
>    Cell:  914-309-3270     Office: Skirball 2nd Floor main office, back right
>      http://ocs.med.nyu.edu/microscopy & http://microscopynotes.com/
>
>
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Cammer, Michael
Thank you!!!


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http://ocs.med.nyu.edu/microscopy
http://microscopynotes.com/
Cell: (914) 309-3270

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From: Wayne Rasband [[hidden email]]
Sent: Saturday, February 25, 2017 8:03 PM
To: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: problem with conversion to RGB - IJ 1.51k18 java 1.6.0_20

> On Feb 24, 2017, at 4:26 PM, Cammer, Michael <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> We are having a problem converting hyperstacks to RGB in a macro.  Approximately one out of five times we run the macro, it does not work.  We tried adding a wait(200) step, but don't know if this really helps or not.

Hi Michael,

The latest ImageJ daily build (1.51k21) fixes a bug in the 3D Project… command that was causing your macro to fail. The 200 ms wait is not needed.

-wayne

> The error is that ImageJ cannot find image with id2.
>
> [cid:image001.png@01D28EBA.CC7A15E0]
>
> Any help appreciated.  The problem is with the second macro.  Included the first macro to show what types of files we are using (2 or 3 channel Z series confocal).
>
> macro "Set up images [q]" {
>  //run("Channels Tool...");
>  Stack.setDisplayMode("composite");
>  //run("Brightness/Contrast...");
>  Stack.getDimensions(width, height, channels, slices, frames) ;
>  for (n=1; n<=channels; n++) {
>    Stack.setChannel(n);
>    setMinAndMax(0, 65535);
>  }
>  Stack.setSlice(floor(slices / 3)) ;
> }
>
> /*  Draw a box around an area to be 3D projected.
>     Run this macro.
> */
> macro "Do 3D projections [F2]" {
>   run("Duplicate...", "duplicate");
>   id1 = getImageID();
>   // change to get scale for each sample if Z different than 0.3 um
>   run("3D Project...", "projection=[Brightest Point] axis=X-Axis slice=0.30 initial=0 total=360 rotation=10 lower=1 upper=255 opacity=0 surface=50 interior=25 interpolate");
>   //run("RGB Color", "frames");  // buggy
>   wait(200);   // appears the projection command needs this to hand off the image properly
>   id2 = getImageID();
>   run("RGB Color", "frames keep");
>   selectImage(id1); close(); selectImage(id2); close();
> }
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> =*===========================================================*=
> Michael Cammer, DART Microscopy Laboratory, NYU Langone Medical Center
>    Cell:  914-309-3270     Office: Skirball 2nd Floor main office, back right
>      http://ocs.med.nyu.edu/microscopy & https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__microscopynotes.com_&d=DQIFaQ&c=j5oPpO0eBH1iio48DtsedbOBGmuw5jHLjgvtN2r4ehE&r=oU_05LztNstAydlbm5L5GDu_vAdjXk3frDLx_CqKkuo&m=zMi2MImiqqSoL2uyrKtI4I5bqy1bpH_THjn82Cx3bKY&s=JmZUD6MpOIBQIL0gfrGQIvQToAvee28w5IMwhZQLfDM&e=
>
>
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