Friday, September 30, 2011

U.S. Federal Innovation 5/365: ImageJ.

Developed by Wayne Rasband at the National Institute of Mental Health and used by scientists worldwide, ImageJ is a Java-based software program that facilitates analysis of digital images. An open source software program, ImageJ is freely available to everyone. With ImageJ, scientists can open a variety of biomedical and astronomical image formats, measure features in images, create and display animations, render 3D images, enhance and filter images, and perform many other operations. Science Approach uses ImageJ extensively in its educational materials.

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