Multiple image processor lost


#1

I want to use multiple image processor on imagej to treat a series of images with a sequence of actions saved in a macro, but i don’t find the multiple image processor command in my imagej. What should i do? Thank you for your help. Sorry for the numerous unessecary edits


#3

Hi @tilt,

Have you had a chance to look at the macro function list?

File.openDialog(title) - Displays a file open dialog and returns the path to the file choosen by the user (example). The macro exits if the user cancels the dialog.

Next up is probably a question about processing an entire folder; have a look at this post that has some excellent links for learning how to program macros, eh, scripts…


#4

Well thank you so much! I think I will actually make great use of these links in the near future. Though do you know what to do to get the “multiple image processor” command?

http://imagej.1557.x6.nabble.com/Multiple-Image-Processor-Quantifying-surface-td5001690.html
this person here downloaded it but the link doesn’t work anymore; and I don’t know how to find it, i don’t know what to type in the research bar (other than “download multiple image processor”) but maybe it isn’t in up for downloading anymore.


#5

The links within the link to Multiple Image Processor you show, look archaic. ImageJ/FIJI have come a long way since 2005, the year of the latest update of Multiple Image Processor.
The processFolder and processFile mechanism of processing multiple files/folders in a macro/script has been covered quite a few times recently in this forum so hopefully you will be able to read up and implement a variation of them to achieve what you want.