This plugin integrates the scientific image application ImageJ in an Eclipse view and is also part of the Bio7 application (http://bio7.org).
ImageJ is an open source image processing program designed for the analysis of scientific multidimensional images. Supported ImageJ images can be opened and analyzed in multiple view tabs.
ImageJ Plugins and macros are supported, too and can be installed in the plugins subfolder or the install location defined in the preferences. In addition the plugin comes bundled with a simple image thumbnail browser.
For more information visit:
ImageJ documentation and websites:
New in 1.51p:
In this relase a macro editor and ImageJ perspective have been added to the ImageJ plugin. In addition the menu of the ImageJ plugin is now right assigned and the toolbar resizes dynamically.
The editor has the following features:
Dynamic error detection (grammar derived from the ECMA grammar by Bart Kiers)
Toolbar action to execute ImageJ macros
Debugging support (reusing and implementing interfaces and methods from ImageJ - same keyboard shortcuts - see animation below)
Code completion (with browser help)
Code templates (add you own templates)
Info popups (text hoover)
Outline view (var variables, variables, methods and macros)
Automatic closing of braces, parentheses and strings Automatic indention of functions,loops, etc.
Resize fonts functions (with Ctrl++ or CMD++, CTRL+- or CMD +-)
Mark occurences (scope independant)
A copy function for this forum
New in 1.51n:
* Added a fake editor to register and open standard image files from the Navigator or Project Explorer, etc in the ImageJ view.
* Fixed several image conversion bugs
* Moved plugin update site to github (if you have an old installation please uninstall the old plugins first before you install from this location!)