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22 Results Table

Most of ImageJ analyses are printed to the Results table. Table commands are organized in four menus: File, Edit, Font and Results. A contextual menu listing the majority of these commands can be accessed by right-clicking anywhere in the Results window.
FileSave As…Exports the measurements as a tab-delimited or comma-delimited text file as defined in ResultsOptions…
FileRename…Renames the table. Because ImageJ outputs measurements exclusively to the Results table, renaming the table will freeze its contents.
FileDuplicate…Creates a new table containing a copy of the data. Note that ImageJ will not output measurements to duplicated tables.
FontThis menu contains commands to adjust font size.
ResultsClear Results…Alias for the AnalyzeClear Results↓ command.
ResultsSummarizeAlias for the AnalyzeSummarize command.
ResultsDistribution…Alias for the AnalyzeDistribution…↓ command.
ResultsSet Measurements…Alias for the AnalyzeSet Measurements… command.
ResultsOptions…Opens the EditOptionsInput/Output… dialog in which is possible to specify if column headers and row numbers should be saved or copied from ImageJ tables (including the Summarize table, cf. AnalyzeAnalyze Particles…↓). In addition, it allows to specify the file extension to be used when saving data. Custom extensions (e.g., .csv, .xls or .ods) allow ImageJ tables to be imported seamlessly by spreadsheet applications. ImageJ tables are saved in CSV format if File extension for tables is .csv.
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Figure 15 ImageJ Results table (version 1.44k). Columns width can be adjusted by clicking on and dragging the vertical lines that separate the column headings. Selected rows can be deleted by pressing the backspace key. The arrow keys can be used to vertically scroll the window.
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