Documentation API of the 'ij.ImageJ' Java class
ImageJ
ij

Class ImageJ

  • All Implemented Interfaces:
    ActionListener, ItemListener, KeyListener, MouseListener, WindowListener, ImageObserver, MenuContainer, Serializable, Runnable, EventListener, Accessible


    public class ImageJextends Frameimplements ActionListener, MouseListener, KeyListener, WindowListener, ItemListener, Runnable
    This frame is the main ImageJ class.

    ImageJ is a work of the United States Government. It is in the public domain and open source. There is no copyright. You are free to do anything you want with this source but I like to get credit for my work and I would like you to offer your changes to me so I can possibly add them to the "official" version.

    The following command line options are recognized by ImageJ:  "file-name"     Opens a file     Example 1: blobs.tif     Example 2: /Users/wayne/images/blobs.tif     Example3: e81*.tif  -ijpath path     Specifies the path to the directory containing the plugins directory     Example: -ijpath /Applications/ImageJ  -port     Specifies the port ImageJ uses to determine if another instance is running     Example 1: -port1 (use default port address + 1)     Example 2: -port2 (use default port address + 2)     Example 3: -port0 (do not check for another instance)  -macro path [arg]     Runs a macro or script, passing it an optional argument,     which can be retieved using getArgument()     Example 1: -macro analyze.ijm     Example 2: -macro analyze /Users/wayne/images/stack1  -batch path [arg]    Runs a macro or script in batch (no GUI) mode, passing it an optional argument.    ImageJ exits when the macro finishes.  -eval "macro code"     Evaluates macro code     Example 1: -eval "print('Hello, world');"     Example 2: -eval "return getVersion();"  -run command     Runs an ImageJ menu command     Example: -run "About ImageJ..."       -debug     Runs ImageJ in debug mode
    See Also:
    Serialized Form

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