Computerized image analysis software
Charles Schneider #3254
schneid at chassagne.inra.fr
Thu Oct 16 03:05:04 EST 1997
In article <01bcd9e9$dc507900$LocalHost at windows97>, "S. Bowman" <sbowman at pipcom.com> writes:
|> I am doing a study of the trophic morphology of fathead minnows and I was
|> wanting to use computerized image analysis software instead of calipers.
|> Could anyone suggest an appropriate an relatively inexpensive (<$500)
|> software package?
|> Could you please include a list of any specialized hardware that might be
|> Thank-you for your time,
|> Stephan Bowman
You can get (and try) NIH IMage for Mac or ImageTool for Windows, they are free.
But you need a serious hardware to run them
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