NIH Image question

bickle at urz.unibas.ch bickle at urz.unibas.ch
Thu Apr 14 09:07:59 EST 1994


> 
> Look here.  Forget cards.  Forget headers.  This is the route:
> 
> Get a TIFF (any old TIFF) from a PC, Sun or a Mac.  Use the shareware
> GIF Converter to open it.  I have NEVER come across a sinple image file
> that cannot be read by GIF Converter.  Save the file as a PICT.
> 
> Launch Image and open the PICT.  Here is you gel in the bottom right corner.
> 
> Next load in the Gel plotting Macro's and off you go.  Dead simple.
> 
> If you need a Gel-plotting manual, I have written on which I can
> send out to you.  Email me though and give your full address.
> 
> Nigel C. Eastmond.
> 
> nce at uk.ac.sari.rri
> 
Even simpler: get a TIFF, any old TIFF (PC Sun, Mac etc) and open it
directly in NIH Image (you may occasionally need to change the file type).
 
-- 
Tom Bickle
Microbiology Dept, Biozentrum, Basel University
Klingelbergstrasse 70, CH-4056 Basel, Switzerland
+ 41 61 267 21 20       bickle at urz.unibas.ch




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