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== Purpose ==
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= Purpose =
 
The ParticleSizer script was developed to automatically measures the distributions of the characteristic size and shape properties of a nanomaterial. In the scope of implementing the European Commission definition of a nanomaterial, the minimal external dimension of the primary particles of a particulate material is assessed as the minimal feret diameter from electron microscopy images. Other size and shape parameters are measured simultaneously.
 
The ParticleSizer script was developed to automatically measures the distributions of the characteristic size and shape properties of a nanomaterial. In the scope of implementing the European Commission definition of a nanomaterial, the minimal external dimension of the primary particles of a particulate material is assessed as the minimal feret diameter from electron microscopy images. Other size and shape parameters are measured simultaneously.
  
== Installation ==
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= Installation =
 
The ParticleSizer script combines a number of different plugins. The most easy way is to [http://imagej.net/How_to_follow_a_3rd_party_update_site follow] Biomedgroup & ParticleSizer [http://imagej.net/Update_Sites update site].  
 
The ParticleSizer script combines a number of different plugins. The most easy way is to [http://imagej.net/How_to_follow_a_3rd_party_update_site follow] Biomedgroup & ParticleSizer [http://imagej.net/Update_Sites update site].  
  
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## Start R and select the packages downloaded in 5.2 and 5.3 via "Start Packages -> Install packages from local zip files"
 
## Start R and select the packages downloaded in 5.2 and 5.3 via "Start Packages -> Install packages from local zip files"
  
== Examples ==
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= Examples =
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== How to cite ==
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= How to cite =
  
 
You can use Zenodo to cite the lastest release of the ParticleSizer:
 
You can use Zenodo to cite the lastest release of the ParticleSizer:

Revision as of 06:09, 27 June 2016

ParticleSizer (Fiji)
Author Thorsten Wagner
Maintainer Thorsten Wagner
File ParticleSizer_.jar [1]
Source Github [2]
Latest version v1.0.0(27. Jun 2016)
Development status active


Purpose

The ParticleSizer script was developed to automatically measures the distributions of the characteristic size and shape properties of a nanomaterial. In the scope of implementing the European Commission definition of a nanomaterial, the minimal external dimension of the primary particles of a particulate material is assessed as the minimal feret diameter from electron microscopy images. Other size and shape parameters are measured simultaneously.

Installation

The ParticleSizer script combines a number of different plugins. The most easy way is to follow Biomedgroup & ParticleSizer update site.

It is recommended to install R to get better plots. When this point is skipped, a stripped-down plot will be shown:

  1. Download the latest R: https://cran.uni-muenster.de/
    1. Download the Rserver package: https://rforge.net/bin/windows/contrib/3.0/Rserve_1.8-0.zip
    2. Download the MASS package: https://cran.r-project.org/bin/windows/contrib/3.2/MASS_7.3-45.zip
    3. Start R and select the packages downloaded in 5.2 and 5.3 via "Start Packages -> Install packages from local zip files"

Examples

Gold 8 nm, Settings: Default

Gold nooverlay.png Gold overlay.png Hist gold normal.png


How to cite

You can use Zenodo to cite the lastest release of the ParticleSizer: https://zenodo.org/badge/latestdoi/18649/thorstenwagner/ij-particlesizer

As example: Thorsten Wagner. (2016). ij-particlesizer: ParticleSizer 1.0.0. Zenodo. 10.5281/zenodo.56427