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Fiji: from Luxembourg via Plzen to Heidelberg, or what happened since Dresden?

Abstract

At the ImageJ conference in Luxembourg in 2008, Fiji – a distribution of ImageJ along with a lot of plugins – was presented to the public for the first time.

Since then, Fiji has gone a long way, and gained quite a few features. Amongst others, Fiji has a versatile automatic Updater, a powerful Scripting Editor, and many plugins were added (in particular some plugins helping with segmentation).

This talk will give an in-depth overview of the changes since the first Fiji version.

Keywords

fiji segmentation registration scripting

Administrative data

Presenting author: Johannes Schindelin
Organisation: MPI-CBG Dresden, Germany

co-authors: Albert Cardona, Mark Longair, Benjamin Schmid, Stephan Preibisch, Stephan Saalfeld, Ignacio Arganda-Carreras, Verena Kaynig, Pavel Tomancak and many, many others

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