I’ve started to use ImageJ recently to analyse bone tissue surrounding dental implants on radiographs and I’d like to rotate images in order to get implants in a vertical position. I tried to download the Image Rotator Plugin on the official website, but it only appears as a code.
Does anybody can help me?
Sorry if I’m being repetitive about this topic. I swear I used the search before starting this topic!
Check this forum thread: Is it possible to minimise Feret Angle automatically?
Good day Maurício,
it should be no problem to use the plugin if you follow the instructions that are given here:
- Copy the Java-code to a text editor window and save it as: Image_Rotator.java
in the ImageJ-plugin directory.
- In ImageJ go to "Plugins >> Compile and Run…"
A dialog opens and you are to select file “Image_Rotator.java”
- Restart ImageJ
- With your image open and having a proper selection according to the given instructions, go to
"Plugins >> Image Rotator"
(After having performed step 2. you should find a file named “Image_Rotator.class” in the ImageJ-plugin directory.)