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The ImageJ Macro Language


In this workshop, you will learn how to extend and customize ImageJ by creating macros. I will demonstrate how to record, edit, run and debug macros. You will learn how to install macros in menus, add keyboard shotcuts, create dialog boxes, and how to add macro tools and menus to the tool bar. You will learn how to automatically run macro code when ImageJ launches and how to run macros from the command line. We will also spend time exploring some the 300 macros and macro tools on the ImageJ website. Finally, I will demonstrate the built in JavaScript interpreter added in ImageJ 1.41.

There will be ample time for questions and discussion.

Macros tools JavaScript

Participants should be familiar with ImageJ and have some programming experience.

Wayne Rasband

U.S. National Institutes of Health, NIMH


Short Biography
I have been a software developer at the National Institutes of Health for 38 years. In the 70s I developed image analysis software for the PDP-11 minicomputer. From 1983 to 1996 I worked on the NIH Image program for the Macintosh. From 1997 to the present I have been working on ImageJ. I have a masters degree in computer science from the University of Maryland.

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