NIH Imaging software
anthony at pplros.demon.co.uk
Fri Jul 22 09:19:22 EST 1994
Subject: Re: NIH Imaging software
Date: 13 Jul 1994 09:20:28 +0100
In article <30084c$ec6 at mserv1.dl.ac.uk> ,
Dietmar.Tietz at agrar.uni-giessen.de writes:
>> We would like to know more about the Imaging software that is
>> through NIH. How can we get it? And any other comments!
>> Thanks in advance
>> Liam Good
>Subscribing to the new NIH Image mailing list is good way to get in
>with other Image users and to get questions answered. It was set up by a
>group in the Soil Science Department at the University of Minnesota. To
>subscribe, send a message containing the line "subscribe nih-image <your
>name>" to listserv at soils.umn.edu. ("Your name" is your actual name,
>NOT your e-mail address. The e-mail address comes from the headers).
>NIH Image is a public domain image processing package for the Macintosh.
>The home site for NIH Image is zippy.nimh.nih.gov in directory
>Copies exist in many places. Wayne has changed his file names to include
>nih-image rather than just image, so that archie should be able to find
>copies, provided that other archivists preserve the name.
>Another good location is sumex-aim.stanford.edu (188.8.131.52)
>/info-mac/grf/util and mirrors of that site.
>This list is taken from the NIH-Image 1.52 manual.
>(2-DG and receptor autoradiography)
>Image and Computer Vision Center, Drexel University
>NCSA Image, PalEdit, Layout, and Gel Reader (all public domain)
>(Scientific visualization, palette editing, gels)
>NCSA, Champaign, IL
>Anonymous ftp: zaphod.ncsa.uiuc.edu
>(Medical image analysis, 16-bits, surface rendering)
>Hayden Image Processing Group
>303-449-3433 (whc at po.cwru.edu)
>(Color image processing, 24-bit to 8-bit color conversion,
>file conversion, plug-in modules)
>Mountain View, CA
>Des Moines, Iowa
>(Video rate processing, 1340x1035 frame grabber)
>(Medical image analysis)
>Los Angeles, CA
>Transform, View, Format, and Dicer
>(Scientific visualization, presentation graphics,
>(Volume rendering, video microscopy)
>(FFT, >8-bits precision, 24-bit color, scripting)
>(Medical image analysis, multi-modality studies, 16-bits, extendible)
>Evergreen Technologies, Inc.
>301-948-1800 (evergreen at applelink.apple.com) Ultimage
>Santa Rosa, CA
I am interested in any software for the Mac that can calibrate
gels/autorads so that molecular weights are calculated from band
mobilities using MW markers present on the image. This is so that I can
eliminate my own incompetence with a ruler from data I am collecting from
repeated reprobings of a single Southern blot. Somebody out there is
going to reply: "Use GelReader!" to which I reply "How?!" I can't get it
to work, even when I follow the instructions to the letter. Generating
the template seems to be the problem; if anyone has specific tips on
that, I'll be eternally grateful.
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