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| '''[http://forum.imagej.net/ Forum]'''
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! [http://forum.imagej.net/ Forum]
 
| The recommended way to get help. Very active. Rich modern interface. Public, archived discussion.
 
| The recommended way to get help. Very active. Rich modern interface. Public, archived discussion.
 
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| '''[[Mailing Lists]]'''
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! [[Mailing Lists]]
 
| An established and trusted resource for help. Thousands of subscribers. Public, archived discussion.
 
| An established and trusted resource for help. Thousands of subscribers. Public, archived discussion.
 
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| '''[[Chat]]'''
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! [[Chat]]
 
| ImageJ developers and experts frequent real-time [[chat]] services including Gitter and IRC.
 
| ImageJ developers and experts frequent real-time [[chat]] services including Gitter and IRC.
 
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| '''[http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/imagej?sort=newest Stack Overflow]'''
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! [http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/imagej?sort=newest Stack Overflow]
 
| Some people like to post about ImageJ on Stack Overflow, a programming Q&A site.
 
| Some people like to post about ImageJ on Stack Overflow, a programming Q&A site.
 
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| '''[https://www.reddit.com/r/ImageJ/ Reddit]'''
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! [https://www.reddit.com/r/ImageJ/ Reddit]
 
| Some people like to post about ImageJ on Reddit, a community bulletin board.
 
| Some people like to post about ImageJ on Reddit, a community bulletin board.
 
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Revision as of 09:19, 20 July 2016

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.