I am fairly new to image analysis, so I am unsure if what I am trying to do might be too much of a challenge for ImageJ. The only experience I have with the program is inserting scale bars to my images, but after watching some tutorials it seems like I should be able to get a lot more out of it.
My samples are fibres of various shape and sizes, but because of the sample properties they are really hard to image (image quality varies quite significantly from sample to sample). My goal is to separate the fibres from the background to measure size (mainly length and diameter). Basically, I just want to get a rough idea about the size distributions in my samples. I have thousands of images, so ultimately I will try to automate the process but currently my issue is to find a protocol to get relatively consistent results. Any suggestions on how to approach this would be welcome. Unfortunately, I have saved all of my images as jpg, so hopefully this will not be an issue.
Thanks for help.