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  • Hi Kevin, Use the following steps: 1. Create Iso-surface of channel 1, activate Count (optionally remove unwanted objects and leave only objects you need.) 2. Save Iso-surface to .IV file. (e.g. Ch1.iv). Use the Save button in the Iso-surface objec…
  • Yes, we have this tool. Use "Normalize" function (Process tab, Combine group, Sub-sampling button dropdown).  Just draw ROI on an empty background area and click Normalize, all frames in the sequence will be normalized to keep the intensity within t…
  • I am not sure what you mean by "smooth". You can try filters, try 3D filters, e.g. Low-Pass or Gaussian. When you use Calc between sequence and an image, the operation is executed between every frame of the sequence and image. Try using New button …
  • Yes, when you set the outlines from Features Manager as Intensity Tracks, they don't move, they stay at the same position and give you intensity measurements for all frames. That's the difference between Intensity Tracking and Motion Tracking (where…
  • casewolf,  What microscope software do you use? We support images generated by major microscope manufacturers (Zeiss, Olympus, Leica, Nikon...), in this case images are loaded to Image-Pro with correct calibration. If you save images yourself, you…
  • Hi, First I want to mention that the filters should work on 16-bit image, so the conversion should not be necessary (you may check other parameters, such as display range, if you don't have expected result). Also, you can use large Low-Pass filter…
  • Hi Matt321, You can use the macro below as an example. It shows how the processing can be done using a loop and ROIs. The macro will go through the image creating ROIs of smaller size and calling DoROIProcessing function for every ROI. The sample m…
  • You can load multiple images as a Sequence by selecting all of them in the Open file dialog with "Open as Sequence" option active. Then use the Average menu item from the Sequence menu to create the average. Yuri
  • Minimum distance is calculated using Distance map algorithm, which is executed with pixel accuracy, so there might be some differences +-1 pixel. Yuri
  • Shebar, Please check ImagePro help for more details, "The acquire Tab Page": You should switch off "Tile images" option and activate "Save frames to files" or "XY as sequence". Yuri
  • It is not possible to hide the line on the measurements overlay without hiding the label, but it's possible to convert measurements to annotations. There you can set line transparency to 0 to hide. 1. Draw measurement line(s) with labels. 2. Add al…
  • Hi Matt, Yes, I can see the problem with double circle. When you click "Ok" in the prompt window the function uses recorded points (that's mentioned in the default Prompt of this command), creating second circle (we will look into the problem). One…
  • Hi Svenja, Yes, it is possible, but then you have to write your own macro and print values in your own format to the Output window (the forum contains many samples of this, search by ThisApplication.Output). Another solution would be to save the D…
  • Hi Svenya, Reading custom DICOM tags can be a complex task requiring low-level programming. As I can see from your screenshots, "StudyDate" looks like the file creation date, if that's the case, then you can use build-in metadata fields and read Im…
  • Hi Helga, You may need to update HASP driver to be compatible with Windows 10. If it will not help, please contact our technical support. Regards, Yuri
  • Hi Matt, Nudge tool can be activated only when you have ONE feature selected, when yu have multiple, then you get such error. I've modified the macro adding this test: Public Sub ToggleNudgeTool Dim md As McMMData=ThisApplication.Acti…
  • Hi Matt, The Nudge tool will be enabled when Select mode is active and a polygonal measurement object is selected. It can be activated by ToggleEditToolNudge command. Here is a sample macro that also sets the size: Public Sub ToggleNudgeTool …
  • I didn't know that you used conversion, and yes, you shouldn't use "best-fit" option as it stretches image histogram to whole intensity range. Yuri
  • Hi Svenja, Yes, the histogram is stretched because of digital gain. It looks like the gain is 2 in your case, so every other histogram bin is empty. There are different ways to fix the histogram: 1. Divide image intensities by 2 - it will revert a…
  • Using 2 classes might work, but if you want another way, here is a macro that hides all Region measurement objects: Public Sub HideRegionMeasurementObjects Dim im As McImage=ThisApplication.ActiveImage If im Is Nothing Then Exi…
  • Do you have Excel on your computer? If not, you can save the data to TXT file: open Data Collector data table and save the data to a file from there. Yuri  
  • If you delete the measurement object - it's gone, it will not be shown in Measurements data table and not collected to Data Collector. How do you collect data to Data Collector? Clicking the Collect button, using Auto collect option or by your macro…
  • How did you delete the regions? What regions are shown in the Data Collector? Yuri
  • The right approach would be to remove unwanted measurement objects from the image before collecting the measurements to Data Collector. Just be sure that you set measurement filters to have only one measurement object (coating layer) after Count and…
  • JuanMartin, If you open a sequence and draw line profile - it will always stay there (when you change frame or play through the sequence). If you want the same profile to be used on other sequences, you can put it to the Features Manager (even sav…
  • JuanMartin, Another option would be to use Line profile tool (Measure tab). Merge all your images to a sequence, draw line profile as on your screenshot, add Edge detector that locates your point of interest (e.g. Falling Edge).  Then you just clic…
  • Svenja, Low pass filter smooths the image (and histogram), check this link (look for Box blur)  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kernel_(image_processing)  If you get smooth histogram, as in question 3, then you can use it without filter. Yuri
  • HI Svenja, Yes, your histogram is stretched, so every other bin is empty, that's the reason of multiple 5% crossings. It can happen when the acquisition system has strong digital gain (>2) that multiplies value of every pixel by 2, so no pixels …
  • Svenja said: Hello Yuri, I have another question to the histogram width: My output shows now all the grey-scale values between the minimum and maximum grey-value that hit the 5% mark. 1) Is it possible to show only the minimum and maximum value…
  • Here is the project with the macro. Yuri