[BioC] NIH image processing program
11 Jun 2002 16:12:09 -0700
>>>>> "vincent" == Vincent J Carey, <email@example.com> writes:
vincent> Is anyone doing anything with "NIH image" a MAC-based
vincent> utility for dealing with tiff images of e.g., gels?
vincent> I am getting some data from this system which translates
vincent> darkness to numbers. Investigators then use the numbers
vincent> as density estimates. There is a windows-based tool
vincent> from Scion with similar functionality.
Is this different from the NIH ImageJ java-based imaging
software/toolkit (http://rsb.info.nih.gov/ij/)? It looks like it.
I've been meaning for years (2, actually) to integrate this with Orca.
A student here evaluated it for image analysis of ELISPOT (ELISA
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