Marks and links results in a non-destructive way. ObjectJ uses vector objects to display points and paths that non-destructively mark images via a transparent layer. This ImageJ plugin stores the graphical objects into a separate project file. A back-and-forth navigation between results and images is available and the results table can incorporate statistics, sorting, color coding, qualifying and macro access.
Allows users to measure foliar damage caused by insect herbivory. BioLeaf aims to calculate the intensity of foliar loss in relation to the total leaf area. This method consists of four steps based on techniques of image processing and computational geometry applied to each leaf image: (1) image thresholding, (2) noise removal, (3) border reconstruction using quadratic Bezier curves, and (4) insect herbivory quantification.
Achieves morphological measurements on broad leaves. WinFOLIA can measure leaf area meter, analyze morphology and assess disease and insect damage. It consists of hardware for image acquisition (scanner or digital camera), a portable imaging and calibration kit (PICK) and a computer software. It is available in three versions: basic, regular and pro.
Provides an image analysis tool for root measurement in different forms. WinRhizo supports morphology (length, area, volume etc.), topology, architecture and color analyses of washed roots. It draws the root distribution graphic above the image and users can customize the number and the width of classes. This software is available in four versions: basic, regular, pro and Arabidopsis.
Allows estimation of leaf area from scanned images. Black Spot aims to process large multi-species datasets of leaf images. It allows for batch-processing datasets which contain images of leaves across multiple species to produce highly accurate estimates of leaf areas. It serves to standardize data quality when data are collected by large teams or comparisons are made across datasets and regions.
Analyses seed germination growing in a high-throughput and automatic way. Germinator employs the information from two different color threshold studies on a single picture, which circumvents alignment problems. It can examine the relevant parameters from the germination-time curve. This tool enables analysis of any type of cumulative germination data and is not restricted to any plant species.
Offers a platform for fractal analysis and morphology functions. FracLac is a module that can be used as an ImageJ or FIJI plugin. The application includes features such as: (i) analyzing complexity and heterogeneity, (ii) measuring difficult to describe geometrical forms; (iii) extracting of pattern from several types of images for analysis. The software is suitable for images of biological cells as well as for other structures such as branching structures or known fractals.