Thanks a ton for the reply, Mark! To clarify: there’s no way to label the regions of interest as “A,” or “B,” just the order they’re already in (as seen in DisplayDataOnImage).
Not to bother you so much, just one last question before I go. I’ve been reading the manual and trying to work this out on my own today; I’m currently attempting to work out a pipeline to capture the number of cells within each annotation. So far, I’m attempting to use RelateObjects (cellprofiler.org/CPmanual/RelateObjects.html).
The manual states that there’s an available measurement for “Count,” as in counting the number of child sub-objects (in my pipeline’s case, it would be the nuclei after using FilterObjects), for each parent sub-object. However, I can’t seem to find a Measure module that would allow me to do this.
I see that the manual states, “For every measurement that has been made of the children objects upstream in the pipeline, this module calculates the mean value of that measurement over all children and stores it as a measurement for the parent, as “Mean_”. For this reason, this module should be placed after all Measure modules that make measurements of the children objects.” Unfortunately, I’m not sure if I follow. I’ve attached an image just in case.
I’ve attached my pipeline for reference. Always really appreciate any kind of help, thanks!