i am a casual user of imageJ for very simple tasks but recently I have a new project and I don’t know if ImageJ can be used in this situation.
I have a material that was compressed :
I would like to know approximatively the size and the orientation of the beads. So I threshold and binarize my picture and use the ellipse split plugglin (which is very useful) and then I obtain the long and short axe of each ellipse, their aspect ratio, and their orientation.
But then I would like to colorize the ellipse on the picture depending on the aspect ratio so I would be able to see if there are some preferential directions of compression. (diagonal bands on the picture where the aspect ratio is larger)
Do you think this work of cartography would be possible with ImageJ (or Fiji of course) ? I tried to first find how to put the values I obtained in order (depending on the aspect ratio) but I couldn’t find how to do it.
Thank you very much for any guidance you can offer a novice like myself!