NIH Image question

bickle at bickle at
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
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

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