ImageJ for Mac

ImageJ for Mac

Quick Specs

  • Version:
    1.49o
  • Total Downloads:
    13,068
  • Date Added:
    Jan. 22, 2015
  • Price:
    Free
  • File Size:
    5.45MB
  • Downloads Last Week:
    33
  • Platform:
    Mac
  • Product ranking:
    #27 in Photo Editors

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User Reviews
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2 stars

"Great application - if you know how to use it."

August 24, 2010  |  By gordonpritchard

 |  Version: ImageJ 1.43u

Summary

This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
The app works great but the documentation sucks. I'd like to see more info about how to accomplish tasks rather than just the basics of how a tool works. For example, I'd like to measure the perimeter of halftone dots (i.e. a repeating pattern). I've figured out how to measure the perimeter of an individual do - but not multiple dots within the same image. The documentation is no help.

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4 stars

"ImageJ is great"

January 09, 2009  |  By wraggj

 |  Version: ImageJ 1.42f

Summary

This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
We have been using it for years at my University. Keeping in mind the price, and the collaborative method used to develop it, I think it is an awesome product. It is very versatile, and we use if for electron microscopy, astronomical images, and everything in between. It is mostly designed for medical/biology uses though.

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4 stars

"No 16-bit Support"

September 05, 2003  |  By VersionTrackerUserOpinion

 |  Version: ImageJ 1.31g

Summary

This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
This is a nice program and it is FREE, but the fact that it doesn't support 16-bit files makes it less than a 5-star effort.

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4 stars

"Worthy Successor"

July 23, 2003  |  By blanford

 |  Version: ImageJ 1.31b

Summary

This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
This program is amazing and is a worthy successor to the Mac-only NIH image. On our tight budget, we get high-quality image processing tools for free. The incorporation of the FFT filters into the main distribution was a big step forward: I never boot up Classic any more to use NIH Image.

The interface is not very Mac-like and is annoying, probably due to the cross-platform nature of the code. For heavy duty image processing (multiple FFTs or volume rendering), the program runs pretty slowly. I don't expect the speed to improve, but the features keep getting more numerous (but it doesn't feel bloated) and the bugs are rapidly addressed.

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Full Specifications

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What's new in version 1.49o
  • Michael Schmid extended the HTMLDialog class to support more text (wrapping lines, scrollbar) and hypertext links. This allows for longer GenericDialog help messages and "About this Plugin" dialogs.
  • Thanks to Michael Schmid, "Live" mode z-axis profile plots and histograms are updated when you use a command in the Edit>Selection menu, such as shift-a Select None.
  • Thanks to Michael Schmid, y-units and z-units are saved with and read from tiff/zip files and special characters are preserved in units and description strings.
  • When opening AVI files, the open() macro function no longer displays a dialog box. To open an AVI as a virtual stack, use run("AVI...", "open=file_path use").
  • The measured values (left column) in the Analyze>Calibrate dialog are now validated. With 8-bit images, the values must be in the 0-255 range. With 16-bit images, they must be in the 0-65535 range.
  • Thanks to Cyril Turies, added a Dialog.setLocation(x,y) macro function.
  • Added the IJ.openVirtual(path) method, which opens a TIFF file as a virtual stack.
  • Thanks to Xavier Colome, added the GenericDialog.addImage(ImagePlus) method.
  • Added the setDisplayMode(), getDisplayMode() and setActiveChannels() methods to the ImagePlus class.
  • Added the ij.gui.RoiListener interface.
  • Thanks to Neil Fazel, fixed a bug the caused the ROI Manager's More>>Remove Positions command to sometimes not work as expected.
  • Thanks to Norbert Vischer, fixed a bug that caused the open() macro function to fail when downloading .jar files from https servers.
  • Thanks to Roland Nussbaumer, fixed a bug that caused the "Channels" tool to not be correctly recorded except in "Macro" mode.
  • Thanks to Cong-Xin Qiu, fixed bugs in the FileSaver and RoiManager classes that caused files to not be properly closed when errors occured.
  • Thanks to William Nicolas, fixed a bug that caused the waitForUser() dialog to be closed when the active image was closed.
  • Thanks to Marius Krause, fixed a bug that caused the File>Save As>Image Sequence command to not save overlays when saving in TIFF format.
  • Thanks to Philip Ershler, fixed a bug that caused the Image>Stacks>Plot X-axis Profile command, when plotting a time series stack, to not work if the interframe interval was 0.
  • Thanks to Michael Schmid, fixed a bug that could result in a confusing error message when running a plugin and a class is not found.
  • Thanks to Michael Schmid, fixed a bug that caused updated "Width" and "Height" fields of the Image>Adjust>Size dialog to not be rounded.
  • Thanks to Tokamoto, fixed a 1.49n regression that caused the saveAs("Results",path) macro function to sometimes not work as expected.
  • Thanks to Gilles Carpentier, fixed a 1.49k regression that caused the setupUndo() macro function to not work as expected.
General
Publisher NIH
Publisher web site http://www.nih.gov/
Release Date January 22, 2015
Date Added January 22, 2015
Version 1.49o
Category
Category Digital Photo Software
Subcategory Photo Editors
Operating Systems
Operating Systems Mac OS X 10.5 Intel, Mac OS X 10.7, Macintosh, Mac OS X 10.9, Mac OS X 10.8, Mac OS X 10.6 Intel, Mac OS X 10.5 PPC
Additional Requirements Java 1.5 or higher
Download Information
File Size 5.45MB
File Name UNKNOWN
Popularity
Total Downloads 13,068
Downloads Last Week 33
Pricing
License Model Free
Limitations Not available
Price Free

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