Nearest Neighbor Distances Calculation with ImageJ

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The plugin for calculating the nearest neighbor distances of the particles can be downloaded from here: [[File:Nnd_.class]].
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===Introduction===
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This is a imageJ plugin for calculating the nearest neighbor distances of the particles.
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===Author===
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[mailto:maxm@predictivedesigntech.com Yuxiong Mao]
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===Installation===
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Download the plugin file from [https://icme.hpc.msstate.edu/mediawiki/images/9/9a/Nnd_.class here].
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Copy the Nnd_.class file to the ImageJ/Plugins/Analyze folder and restart the ImageJ. 
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Then, you can call the plugin at  Plugins -> Analyze -> Nnd.
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===Usage===
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Follow the last step (step 8) of [[Particle_Characterization_with_ImageJ | ImageJ Beginner Tutorial 1]].
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Click Analyze -> Set Measurements, Make sure "Centroid" is checked.
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Click Analyze -> Analyze Particles.. and then ok.
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The results window will display the X and Y coordinates of the particle's centroid.
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Click Plugins -> Analyze -> Nnd to get the nearest neighbor distances.
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== Problems ==
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If you encounter any problem using this plugin, please send an email to [mailto:maxm@predictivedesigntech.com Yuxiong Mao]

Latest revision as of 10:01, 4 March 2016

Contents

[edit] Introduction

This is a imageJ plugin for calculating the nearest neighbor distances of the particles.

[edit] Author

Yuxiong Mao

[edit] Installation

Download the plugin file from here.

Copy the Nnd_.class file to the ImageJ/Plugins/Analyze folder and restart the ImageJ.

Then, you can call the plugin at Plugins -> Analyze -> Nnd.

[edit] Usage

Follow the last step (step 8) of ImageJ Beginner Tutorial 1.

Click Analyze -> Set Measurements, Make sure "Centroid" is checked.

Click Analyze -> Analyze Particles.. and then ok.

The results window will display the X and Y coordinates of the particle's centroid.

Click Plugins -> Analyze -> Nnd to get the nearest neighbor distances.

[edit] Problems

If you encounter any problem using this plugin, please send an email to Yuxiong Mao

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