I’m using ImageJ to count objects in my image.
For the purpose of my application, I need to count the objects in each region and save the count in a spreadsheet. However, for documentation purposes, I must retain the marks on the image. To retain the marks on the image, I’ve been using Ctrl+D to draw the mark on the image, and Ctrl+B to burn-in the marks. However, what I’ve realized is that although the circles (that I use for multipoint counting) is large in a small zoom scaling, the points/circles are scaled to its default size after exporting as the size of the points/circles are dependent on the image’s 100% scale size. Because the resolution of the image is quite high, I the circles end up being really small.
Methods like Capture Screen, and Capture Image do not capture the full resolution of the original image and is thus problematic. The photo resolution is much higher than my screen’s, so the image will always be zoomed in on my screen and never at 100% scaling to retain the original quality.
tl;dr: Need to make the mult-point count marks larger, one way or another, upon exporting without losing quality of the image.
Whether this can be accomplished by writing my own macro, modifying ImageJ, plugin, roi, or whatever, I need a way to meet my requirements one way or another.