Welcome to the forum @mandymell12!)
Sorry for the delay reply (@etarena, thanks for the ping. I had missed this completely).
It is certainly possible, albeit currently not from the UI. You will have to write a tiny script to obtain the coordinates using SNT's API. Here is an example (written in python but you can choose any of IJ's supported languages, that retrieves the coordinates of all the paths in a
traces file to the ImageJ console.
You can run it, by pressing [ to open the script editor, copying it to the text area and choosing Python as a language.
from tracing import PathAndFillManager
log.info('Processing %s...' % traces_file)
pafm = PathAndFillManager.createFromTracesFile(traces_file.getPath())
for p in range(pafm.size()):
path = pafm.getPath(p)
log.info('Coordinates for %s...' % path.toString())
path_points = path.getPoint3fList()
ui.showDialog("Could not retrieve coordinates. Not a valid traces file?")
For SWC files, the procedure would have to be slightly more verbose, because those files typically contain no metadata (at least not in a standardized way).
Now presumably, having the coordinates printed to the console is not a convenient way to access them. If you tell us in more detail what are you trying to achieve (do you need them in a tabular form? in image coordinates? all paths? or just some that fulfill certain criteria?) we could probably help further.