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    ImageJ

    An open platform for scientific image analysis

    [ImageJ](ImageJ) is an [open source](Open_source) image processing program designed for scientific multidimensional images. [ImageJ](ImageJ) is highly [extensible](Extensibility), with thousands of [plugins](Plugins) and [scripts](Scripts) for performing a wide variety of tasks, and a [large user community](Usage).

    Welcome to the Wiki!

    This wiki documents all aspects of the **ImageJ ecosystem**, including:

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    ImageJ

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    Fiji

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    Plugins

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    Related software

    Tools & Features

    Open source

    ImageJ is a tool for the scientific community. To maintain transparency, the ImageJ application and its source code will always be freely available.

    Reproducible

    Powerful tools such as the Script Editor and personal update sites help you develop and share reproducible analysis workflows.

    Interoperable

    ImageJ is not an island. Use the best tool for the job, including KNIME, ITK, MATLAB, and a multitude of scripting languages.

    Join the Community

    | | | |-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------| | [Image.sc Forum](https://forum.image.sc) | A great place to ask and answer questions, and become part of the community that has driven ImageJ's success. | | [GitHub Issues](Issues) | The [ImageJ team](Contributors) uses [GitHub](GitHub) for bug reports, technical suggestions and feature requests. | | [Contact and Help](Help) | For more ways to communicate: [mailing lists](Mailing_lists), [chat](Chat) services and more. |

    ImageJ is developed by [contributors worldwide](Contributors). This web site is hosted by [LOCI](LOCI) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.