ImageJ Macros for FCS Express Image Cytometry
ImageJ is free open-source software designed to process and analyze images and image data sets. Through the use of macros and plugins users can automate tasks and create custom tools. De Novo Software has created macros and plugins for ImageJ that allow you to export your imaging data from ImageJ to FCS Express . Once your data is properly exported from ImageJ, FCS Express will allow visualization of your data set with all of our familiar 2D plots and new plotting features such as picture plots and heat maps.
- DNSMacroExample.ijm: Export Data from ImageJ to FCS Express
- DNS-IJXwriter.xlsm: Automatically create a .ijx Analysis Configuration File from your data directory (recommended; macro written by Peter Haub)
- DNSAnalysisCreator.ijm: Manually create a .ijx Analysis Configuration File from your data directory
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Curious about how your ImageJ data might look in FCS Express, but need some help getting started? Send us one or two representative images (and tell us a little something about your images, if you like). One of our FCS Express Image Cytometry experts will get back to you shortly with a sample FCS Express Image Cytometry layout.
- De Novo Software ImageJ Macro Knowledgebase
- De Novo Software ImageJ Macro Export Tutorials
- De Novo Software ImageJ Knowledgebase
- ImageJ Mailing List
Single Image analysis with Image J Segmentation
FCS Express can also be used in conjunction with ImageJ to get data from your images. By using ImageJ to segment your images and macros from De Novo Software you can quickly export and analyze your data with FCS Express. See for yourself while learning FCS Express Image Cytometry with our ImageJ Export tutorial. You may also explore the layout using the free FCS Express Reader: Image J Analysis with FCS Express or download a PDF version: ImageJ Research Imaging PDF.
Multiwell plate image analysis with Image J Segmentation
Tissue section analysis with Image J Segmentation
Histological sections with tiled images (i.e., contiguous fields of view) which have been segmented in ImageJ can be exported and stitched together in FCS Express, using ImageJ macros from De Novo Software. You may explore the layout using the free FCS Express Reader: Image J Analysis of Tiled Images with FCS Express or download the PDF version: ImageJ Tiled Images PDF.
For more details, including step-by-step instructions, see our ImageJ export tutorial.