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<source lang="java">Img<FloatType> floatImg = ImageJFunctions.convertFloat(imp);</source>
 
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Revision as of 23:32, 8 October 2018

This page summarizes translation of basic operations of ImageJ1 and ImageJ2 API. Based on the work of Robert Hasse, Scientific Computing Facility, MPI CBG Dresden.

Task ImageJ1 ImageJ2
Starting ImageJ
ij.ImageJ
ImageJ ij = new net.imagej.ImageJ();
ij.ui().showUI();
Show images
imagePlus.show()
ij.ui().show(testImg);
ImageJFunctions.show(testImg);
ImageJFunctions.wrap(testImg,"testImg").show();
Convert image types Convert from ImageJ2 Img object to ImageJ1 ImagePlus object:
ImagePlus imp = ImageJFunctions.wrap(img,"Title");
Convert from ImageJ1 ImagePlus object to ImageJ Img object:
Img<T> realImg = ImageJFunctions.wrapReal(imp);
Img<FloatType> floatImg = ImageJFunctions.convertFloat(imp);
Img<FloatType> realImg2 = ImageJFunctions.wrap(imp);
Show regions
imagePlus.setRoi(roi)
Img<BitType> mask; // = ...
ImagePlus maskImp =ImageJFunctions.wrap(mask, "mask");
// threshold the mask to get an ROI
ImageProcessor imageProcessor = maskImp.getProcessor();
imageProcessor.setThreshold(128,128,ImageProcessor NO_LUT_UPDATE);
Roi roi = new ThresholdToSelection().convert(imageProcessor);
imagePlus.setRoi(roi);
Run plugins
IJ.run(imagePlus,"Normalisation","");
ij.command().run(ImageNormalizerIJ2Plugin.class,false, new Object[]{"input", img, "ij", ij});
IJ.run(imagePlus,"Normalisation (IJ2)", "");
// don't forget the IJ legacy dependency
<dependency>
  <groupId>net.imagej</groupId>
  <artifactId>imagej-legacy</artifactId>
</dependency>
Define plugins
public class ImageNormalizerPlugin implements PluginFilter {
resources/plugins.config:
Pluins>Filtering, "Normalisation", NormalizerPlugin
}
@Plugin(type = Command.class, menuPath = "Plugins>Normalization")
public class ImageNormalizerIJ2Plugin implements Command {


See also

https://github.com/mpicbg-scicomp/ij2course-images/blob/master/slides/ij_legacy_cheetsheet.pdf