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{{HelpMenu}}The ImageJ community firmly believes in public discussion of the software. In this way, each question benefits not only the one asking, but everyone in the community, including everyone who subsequently does a [http://search.imagej.net/ web search] on the same topic.
  
You might want to subscribe to the [http://groups.google.com/group/fiji-users Fiji users'] mailing list, or just browse the archives for help.
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= Searching ImageJ resources =
  
If you encounter a bug, please consider taking some time to [http://pacific.mpi-cbg.de/bugzilla/ report a bug] and test our fixes. Remember: Fiji is a community effort, and it will be as good as you make it.
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There is a convenient online search interface:
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= Getting help with ImageJ =
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== Ways to get help ==
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There are several popular communication channels:
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= Troubleshooting =
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If you encounter problems, check the [[Troubleshooting]] page.
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= Reporting bugs =
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If you have found a bug, you can help the project by [[Report a Bug|reporting it]].
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[[Category:Help]]

Latest revision as of 14:17, 3 February 2020

Help
Overview
FAQ
Troubleshooting
How to write bug reports
Report an issue
Editing the ImageJ Wiki

The ImageJ community firmly believes in public discussion of the software. In this way, each question benefits not only the one asking, but everyone in the community, including everyone who subsequently does a web search on the same topic.

Searching ImageJ resources

There is a convenient online search interface:

https://search.imagej.net/

Getting help with ImageJ



Ways to get help

There are several popular communication channels:

Forum The recommended way to get help. Very active. Rich modern interface. Public, archived discussion.
Mailing Lists An established and trusted resource for help. Thousands of subscribers. Public, archived discussion.
Chat ImageJ developers and experts frequent real-time chat services including Gitter and IRC.
Stack Overflow Some people like to post about ImageJ on Stack Overflow, a programming Q&A site.
Reddit Some people like to post about ImageJ on Reddit, a community bulletin board.

Troubleshooting

If you encounter problems, check the Troubleshooting page.

Reporting bugs

If you have found a bug, you can help the project by reporting it.