Performs 2D image registration based on elastic deformations represented by B-splines. bUnwarpJ is an ImageJ plugin that works on registration of two images, A and B: Image A is elastically deformed to look as similar as possible to image B, and, at the same time, the "inverse" transformation (from B to A) is also calculated. As a result, two images are given: the deformed versions of A and B images.
Serves for effective segmentation of multidimensional datasets. MIB can recognize several number of imaging formats and offers a variety of image processing tools. It also simplifies utilization and quantification of acquired data. It permits users to segment large datasets, to realize 3D visualization, and to quantify images and models. Its parameters enable users to insert plugin s to customize the program for specific needs.
Provides a method for elastic and consistent registration of histological sections. Register Virtual Stack Slices is an ImageJ plugin that uses a sequence of image slices stored in a folder, and offers a list of registered image slices (with enlarged canvas). It can perform six types of image registration techniques: (i) translation, (ii) rigid (translation + rotation), (iii) similarity (translation + rotation + isotropic scaling), (iv) affine, (v) elastic and (vi) moving least squares.
Serves for interactive and deformable alignment of large 2D and 3D images. BigWarp enables landmark pair placement and displays the effects of the warp on-the-fly. It builds upon BigDataViewer for visualization and data sources which enables navigation of large images with arbitrary 3D reslicing and zoom. Moreover, it uses a Thin Plate Spline implemented in Java to build a deformation from point correspondences.
A 4-D image processing platform for the work with laser scanning and wide field microscopes. TIKAL provides a registration software for correcting global movements and local deformations of cells as well as 2-D and 3-D tracking software.
Allows image alignment and segmentation and can quantify color patterns in a wide range of organisms. Patternize can be used for quantification of the color patterns in a variety of organisms by analyzing image data for butterflies, guppies and spiders. It can be used for fine scale quantification of color pattern phenotypes in population comparisons, genetic association studies and investigating the genetic basis of color pattern expression.