Which Mac for NIH Image?

Cornelius Krasel krasel at alf.biochem.mpg.de
Fri Oct 14 14:47:34 EST 1994


PMacklon (macklon at acs.ucalgary.ca) wrote:
: In article <dallard-1310941731220001 at gsomac10.gso.uri.edu>,
: dallard at gsosun1.gso.uri.edu (David Allard) wrote:

: > In article <106303186wnr at genesys.demon.co.uk>,
: Duncan at genesys.demon.co.uk wrote:
: > > I'd like to use NIH image but have only 486 PC's. I therefore need a 
: > > Mac. I already capture images to the PC and can output an image in a 
: > > format readable by NIH Image. The Mac would be used solely for NIH 
: > > Image and will be used relatively infrequently and processing speed 
: > > isn't high on priorities.
: > 
: > I would suggest any Mac as fast, or faster, than a Mac IIci (25Mhz 68030
: > with math chip (68882) included).

There is an NIH image version without FPU code available from NIH which runs
rather fast on a PowerMac 6100/60 (which can't run the FPU version :-). Make
sure to have plenty of RAM available and a rather large monitor (17" is ok).

--Cornelius.

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