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FijiWings

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    Plugin

    Name

    FijiWings

    Software

    Fiji/ImageJ

    Author

    Alex Dobens, Leonard Dobens

    Maintainer

    Leonard Dobens

    File fiji-macosx.zip
    Source

    https://sourceforge.net/projects/fijiwings/

    Status

    stable

    === Introduction ===

    This set of macros control plugin to perform semi-automatic tracing of insect wing veins and determination of trichome number and density. The native file format is open and XML-based. This plugin is Free Software (also known as Open Source software) and is supplied as a packaged version of Fiji, here <http://sourceforge.net/projects/fijiwings>.

    To help you to get started with using this plugin, there is an explanatory screencast here: http://www.youtube.com/user/Fijiwingsadmin/videos

    Licensing

    This plugin is free software, licensed under the GNU GPL v3 so please do contribute any patches or suggestions that you think would be useful. Please email me at dobensl@umkc.edu with any feedback.

    Installation

    A packaged version of Fiji for both MacOS and Windows are available for download at <http://sourceforge.net/projects/fijiwings>. Following download, FijiWings is unzipped and used directly.

    Feedback

    Please report any bugs that you find with Fiji’s Help › Report a Bug menu option. For other feedback please email dobensl at umkc.edu. There are other ways of giving feedback on Fiji (e.g. the mailing lists, IRC, etc.) listed at Help.

    Citing FijiWings

    If you would like to reference FijiWings in a publication, you can cite:

    Dobens, A. C. & Dobens, L. L. (2013), “FijiWings: An Open Source Toolkit for Semiautomated Morphometric Analysis of Insect Wings.”, *G3: Genes Genomes Genetics* 3(8): 1443-1449, PMID 23797110 (on Google Scholar).

    Tutorials

    Technical Documentation

    see <http://sourceforge.net/projects/fijiwings>

    Authors

    These macros were written by Alexander Dobens with feedback and direction from Leonard Dobens.

    Many thanks to all of those authors for releasing their code under the GPL.