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Find the (still experimental) plugins for series alignment and montaging in an updated Fiji's Registration menu.  [[Elastic_Alignment and Montage|Documentation]] is available at the [[Elastic_Alignment and Montage|Fiji Wiki]].
 
Find the (still experimental) plugins for series alignment and montaging in an updated Fiji's Registration menu.  [[Elastic_Alignment and Montage|Documentation]] is available at the [[Elastic_Alignment and Montage|Fiji Wiki]].
  
Many thanks to Albert Cardona and Ignacio Arganda for pushing and
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Many thanks to [http://albert.rierol.net Albert Cardona] and [http://bioweb.cnb.csic.es/~iarganda/index_EN.html Ignacio Arganda-Carreras] for pushing and helping.
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Elastic alignment developed by [http://fly.mpi-cbg.de/~saalfeld/ Stephan Saalfeld].
  
 
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Revision as of 14:00, 16 March 2011

We have implemented a long-standing simple idea for elastic alignment of large section series and montaging mosaics from unpredictably deformed tiles inspired by work from Elisabeth Guest and Takeo Igarashi. The idea is best explained at an old poster from 2008 that you can browse through CATMAID.

Basically, each image is represented as an elastic mesh of spring-connected vertices that are dragged towards corresponding locations in overlapping images. Corresponding locations are found by block matching.

Find the (still experimental) plugins for series alignment and montaging in an updated Fiji's Registration menu. Documentation is available at the Fiji Wiki.

Many thanks to Albert Cardona and Ignacio Arganda-Carreras for pushing and helping.

Elastic alignment developed by Stephan Saalfeld.