Please classify/relocate to issue if it is determined to meet these requirements more closely.
I am currently analyzing nano-particle data I recorded. The magnification level of 300k was chosen as a standard prior to data collection. I used this as much as possible yet, some of the collections of particles were simply too large, and too interesting to view, to rigorously implement this as a constraint and potentially lose useful sample data. Is it possible for me to utilize all images with the desire of creating a particle size histogram representing publishable results? I would like to collect at least 250 measurements yet, prefer 250-500.
Additionally, I find use of the straight line tool to configure “Set Scale” somewhat cumbersome in that obtaining the exact scale from the image data is not trivial when doing so by a mouse. I consider this to be exacerbated by the angle parameter tracked by the straight line tool. Is there a better alternative than the straight line tool for this purpose?