[ImageJ-devel] Getting started with imglib
ctrueden at wisc.edu
Thu Apr 15 15:07:01 CDT 2010
One other thing I forgot to mention: I wrote a tiny example called
SquareTest that squares an image. You can find it in the tests subdirectory
of imglib, or online at:
On Thu, Apr 15, 2010 at 2:59 PM, Curtis Rueden <ctrueden at wisc.edu> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> For those looking to get started learning imglib, here are a few resources.
> 1) You can clone the imglib code from the git repository:
> git clone git://imagejdev.org/imglib.git
> 2) The authors have written a nice introductory guide, available in the doc
> subdirectory, or online at:
> It is a little out of date now, but still provides a good overview of the
> 3) There is some good information on the Fiji wiki at:
> See also the "Tutorials & Howtos" linked at the bottom.
> 4) In Fiji, you can invoke the Script Editor with File > New > Script. Then
> load a template for creating an imglib plugin with Templates > Imglib
> 5) Somewhat tangentially, I wrote an "Imglib Algorithm Launcher" (available
> in the algorithm-launcher branch of fiji):
> 6) Questions can be directed to the fiji-devel mailing list at:
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