Plugin for ImageJ to measure linear distances in images in X and Y direction. At this time, two methods are implemented: First, the automatic scan of a binarized, two phased image. Second, the interactive placement of marks which will be measured afterwards (Linear Interception).
More information on github.
For automatic installation in Fiji, add update site SimonKlein.
Plugin for ImageJ to measure linear distances in binary images in X and Y direction. It scans an image linewise (with a given skip distance) in both directions and finds stripes of only black or white and calculates the mean length of these stripes.
Used for the calcuation of mean free paths in a two phase material.
tested with ImageJ 1.50e and Fiji
Copy the File LinearDistance_.jar in the plugins/jars folder. When using Fiji, you can simply add the update site LinearDistance.
Open one or more binary (black/white) images or binarize an image. Start the plugin by selecting “Plugins>Analyze>Measure linear distances” and select the results you want to obtain.
|Apply image calibration||Applies the set scale of each image to the results (by multiplying it)|
|Step distance between measures||The number of pixels/units to skip between the analyzed lines|
|Calibrate step distance||Skip units instead of pixels|
|Measure all opened images||When not selected, only the active image will be analyzed|
|Standard Deviations||Print standard deviations for all measurements|
|Numbers||Print the number of counted stripes|
|Both Phases||Calculates also the mean of both (all) Phases (Black and White)|
Source available at https://github.com/kleinsimon/LinearDistance/