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cellprofiler

#1

thanks


#2

Hello!
Sounds like you have not yet looked in the help for CellProfiler. Identical information is found in two places: (1) the PDF-formatted manual at cellprofiler.org, and (2) within CellProfiler - just choose a module that is in the pipeline, and press the “?” button at the bottom left (below the pipeline). Both of your questions will be answered there!

Have fun!
Anne


#3

Dear Anne,

Thank you for replying. Actually I indeed read the PDF-formatted manual at cellprofiler.org, and (2) help information within CellProfiler by pressing the “?” button at the bottom left (below the pipeline).I study them back and forth several times with the Measure module’s help and tried to find the numbered list of features by that the module like classifyobjects. I have still not got it. I am using PC 32 bit version.
Could you please write it down for me if it is convenient?

Sorry to bother you again.


#4

Oh sure, I can help -
Within each Measure module you will find a list of the features. For example, within the help for MeasureAreaShape, here are the features and the feature numbers:

% Basic shape features: Feature Number:
% Area | 1
% Eccentricity | 2
% Solidity | 3
% Extent | 4
% EulerNumber | 5
% Perimeter | 6
% FormFactor | 7
% MajorAxisLength | 8
% MinorAxisLength | 9
% Orientation | 10
%
% Zernike shape features:
% ‘Zernike_0_0’ | 11
% ‘Zernike_1_1’ | 12
% ‘Zernike_2_0’ | 13
% ‘Zernike_2_2’ | 14
% ‘Zernike_3_1’ | 15
% ‘Zernike_3_3’ | 16
% ‘Zernike_4_0’ | 17
% ‘Zernike_4_2’ | 18
% ‘Zernike_4_4’ | 19
% ‘Zernike_5_1’ | 20
% ‘Zernike_5_3’ | 21
% ‘Zernike_5_5’ | 22
% ‘Zernike_6_0’ | 23
% ‘Zernike_6_2’ | 24
% ‘Zernike_6_4’ | 25
% ‘Zernike_6_6’ | 26
% ‘Zernike_7_1’ | 27
% ‘Zernike_7_3’ | 28
% ‘Zernike_7_5’ | 29
% ‘Zernike_7_7’ | 30
% ‘Zernike_8_0’ | 31
% ‘Zernike_8_2’ | 32
% ‘Zernike_8_4’ | 33
% ‘Zernike_8_6’ | 34
% ‘Zernike_8_8’ | 35
% ‘Zernike_9_1’ | 36
% ‘Zernike_9_3’ | 37
% ‘Zernike_9_5’ | 38
% ‘Zernike_9_7’ | 39
% ‘Zernike_9_9’ | 40

Does that help? You can find similar lists in MeasureIntensity or MeasureTexture.

Let me know if you still have questions!

Anne


#5

Dear Anne,

You are so nice. l got it.

Thank you very much.