We just released and uploaded the version 1.5.4 of the Local-Z-Projector Fiji plugin.
Local-Z-Projector is a Fiji plugin that performs Z-projection of an image, but only incorporates the signal of interest, around a thin layer near the target surface. Compared to the classical MIP, this allows for not incorporating spurious signal away from the signal. It also yield the height-map, that can be used subsequently to retrieve the 3D position of projected objects.
You go from a 3D (possible with time) image like this:
to a 2D projection like this:
(Image: adult zebrafish brain, by Nicolas Dray, Laure Mancini, Laure Bally-Cuif lab © Institut Pasteur.)
- There are now ‘default’ buttons for the two parameter sets, that reset the values to sensible defaults.
- The parameters are de/serialized to JSon files instead of binaries.
- The output windows are only shown when there is at least one time-point projected, to avoid confusion.
- Removed the ‘refresh’ button on the GUI. The plugin now only works on the active image when launched.
- Icons and title for the plugin window.
- Links to the paper and documentation on the GUI.
- Channel numbers are 1-based in the GUI.
- Error message when an image is missing.
Documentation: README.md · master · IAH public / LocalZProjector · GitLab