Friday Film: Automatic cell counting with ImageJ

Categories: methods, resource
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Published on: October 5, 2012

This is a video tutorial on quantifying cells using ImageJ. ImageJ is a free tool for image processing and analysis in Java. I chose to highlight this tutorial as it is clearly explained and may be of use to many plant scientists, but YouTube is a goldmine of other less professional tutorials on using ImageJ for any number of applications. I was particularly interested in this one on quantifying stained liver tissue, as I used to work on secondary cell walls and it would have been a handy tool for qualitative analysis of my many images of phloroglucinol stained tobacco stem cross-sections.

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