Q Who can I contact about the VNT for ImageJ?
A The primary contact overseeing the project is Dr. Jason Miller.
Q Can I run this package on Windows, Linux, or Macintosh?
A ImageJ and this toolkit are written in Java, which is a portable language that is platform independent. Consequently, this toolkit will operate on any operating system that can operate a Java Compiler. Hence, this toolkit will work with ImageJ under Windows, Linux, Macintosh, and a number of other systems.
Q How do I install ImageJ?
Q How do I use *feature* in ImageJ?
A The ImageJ website has extensive documentation for end-users.
Q Can I get ImageJ to do other things?
A Of course! That's what plugins and macros are all about. ImageJ's website hosts a tremendous number of additional tools for a variety of tasks.
Q How do I install this toolkit?
A Download and extract the packaged toolkit to a local folder. Simply copy the plugin and macro folders generated into your local ImageJ installation's plugin and macro folders. Once all copying is finished, restart ImageJ.
Q How do I use the toolkit?
A After restarting ImageJ, all plugins will appear in the VascularNetworkToolkit section under the Plugin menu of ImageJ. Plugins can either be run manually or the included macros can be used to batch process any number of images.
Q I am a developer, how do I write software that interfaces with ImageJ?
A The ImageJ website has excellent development resources for programmers on a variety of topics.
Website and Vascular Network Toolkit for ImageJ are Copyright © 2005 - 2012. VNT for ImageJ is an open source toolkit released under the GNU General Public License.