I have read various research papers and forum posts containing the histogram data output from the local_thickness (complete process) plugin to Fiji. To my disappointment, I have yet to find a guide or instructions on how this data is extracted from the .JAR file using the ImageJ API. When I run the histogram call after generating the distance map, the log file outputs the number of like RGB pixels in a set number of bins. The data output I need is: number of like largest sphere/circle diameters, their assigned RGB value bins, and the corresponding Euclidean distances. Is there a method in the InageJ API or under a particular class in the plugin that outputs this information? If not could you provide direction on how to modify the .JAR file to complete this task?
I have looked through the .JAR file Local_Thickness plugin using NetBeans IDE, but do not understand the structure of the plugin well enough to pinpoint an array or function storing the Euclidean distances prior to creating the distance map.
My best attempt has lead me to believe that the skeleton/ridge point data used to find the closest edge and record the Euclidean distance assigned to a thickness is found in the Local_Thickness_Parrallel class.
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Any and All advisement is greatly appreciated,